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... Good Lord... I feel like I'm beating a dead horse...I just got off the phone with the doctor. ... (19 replies)
... Leave the thing alone!! The soft flesh underneath is the nail bed. The nail plate is there to protect this delicate tissue. If you had removed the root, it would have been incredibly painful as you would have had to rip it out, not bite it off. The nail root lies deep under and behind the cuticle area. ... (2 replies)
... You should have read a little further and you would have found out that the tapered part of the skin that you are mentioning is a forward growth of the skin that is tightly adhered to the nail plate. ... (2 replies)

... type mark at the cuticle line. Time will fingernails grow at a pretty nice rate, so I hope I see SOME significant growth in the big toe. ... (19 replies)
... Rip the nail out by the root and it won't grow anymore because it ccanot create new nail plate cells. Damage the matrix and the nail may grow in bumpy or ridged depending on the amount of damage. ... (19 replies)
... The green discoloration is classic for a Pseudomonas Bacterial Infection of the nail plate. When it appears beteween the overaly and the nail plate, it is a direct result of using an infected file, implement or instrument, or from improper nail plate preparation. ... (3 replies)
... Get that bandaid OFF right away. The last thing you need is to build up moisture in the nail bed by keeping it covered. Fungal or bacterial spores LOVE all the extra moisture and can set up housekeeping even when you are taking or using any type of medication. ... (15 replies)
... The nail will still grow. ... (2 replies)
... DO NOT attempt to remove the lifted portion of nail as it is all that is left protecting the underlying delicate tissue of the nail bed. Hopefully, you didn't rip off the rails that attach the nail plate to the nail bed, but you can't be sure until it begins to grow out from under the cuticle. ... (1 replies)
... Clean it with warm soapy water and rinse it really well under warm running water. Dry it as best you can and to be sure all the 'water' is dry, you can use your blow dryer set on warm and a low speed. Apply the ointment and then wrap with the gauze. ... (7 replies)

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