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... Cut the nail back as far as you can without causing bleeding or undue pain. ... (2 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)
... I noticed that there was some seperation of my natural nail from the nail bed on just one of my fingernails... creeping above my french tip. ... (1 replies)

... under the acrylic, you need to soak off the acrylic and let it heal. It should be kept clean and DRY adn it cannot heal or dyr out with the overlay in tact. ... (5 replies)
... The attached part of the nail plate will push forward regardless of if the detached portion is left intact or cut away. Just because the nail has separated from the nail bed does not mean that the nail plate will not grow. ... (1 replies)
... A green discoloration is classic for Pseudomonas bacterial infection. The infection turns from green to brown to black depending on how long it has been active. ... (3 replies)
... Even without seeing the photo, I could tell you that you have aquired a Pseudomonas Bacterial infection on top of the nail plate. this is the direct result of the nail technician not properly prepping the nail plae. ... (2 replies)
... it doesnt hurt anymore and the swelling has gone down mostly. but there is still liquid under part of the acrylic. is this why i need to remove it? ... (5 replies)
... Black under the nail can be a bruise or a fungal infection. If fungal, nail will usually be thick, ridged or bumpy and sometimes have lots of debris underneath. ... (2 replies)
... by the FDA during the 70's. It has been baned for use in nail salons by just about all 50 state regulatory agencies. ... (8 replies)
Whose fault is it?
Dec 14, 2008
... I have been wearing acrylic nails for several years and I have never had a problem until now. ... (5 replies)
... o.k here goes. I had red mail polish on my toes for a while and noticed there was a dark spot in the middle of my big toenail under the polish. I really thought NOTHING of it for a few week s until I went in for a pedicure. ... (2 replies)
... Did you ever find an answer I have the same problem after my nail came off. ... (2 replies)
... orrhages at the tips of my finger nails. I went to the doctor and they ran blood cultures and I had an echo done, they said they were checking to see if I had an infection of my hear valves but all checked out just fine. ... (0 replies)
... from the surface you touch to your nail. When the technician applies the product, the fungus spore or the bacterium becomes trapped between the nail plate and the overlay. ... (13 replies)
Messed Up Tips!!
Sep 21, 2006
... Also, a few times I accidentally got my nail yanked on something but it didn't break, but made my nail line go lower. ... (5 replies)
... I also get occasional horizontal indentations, which I assume are from damage to the nail bed... In addition to that, the way the nail grows, about halfway up the nail from the cuticle, it starts to curve sharply down. ... (0 replies)
... in this case, the acrylic products. Since all artificial nail products are made from the same family of acrylates, it she is allergic to one, she will be allergic to all of them. She was right in having them removed. ... (2 replies)
... Ethyl cyanoacrylate is the chemical that is used to make all instant glues that cure on contact with air, such as Super Glue and most nail glues. Polyethylmethacrylate, or PEMA, is a polymerized ethyl methacrylate monomer. ... (2 replies)

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