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... The half of the nail has now completely fallen off... ... (3 replies)
... Whenever one acquires an infection that gets between the nail plate and the nail bed, the nail plate will separate from the nail bed. As the matrix developes new nail plate cells, it will push the lifted portion off the free edge. ... (1 replies)
... I would have no idea how much this would cost. The matrix is the portion of the nail unit that developes the nail plate cells. ... (6 replies)

Old accident
Oct 9, 2007
... If the exposed portion of the nail bed is the portion of nail that was most damaged by your accident, the nail plate may never grow in and push this portion of nail bed forward so the new nail will be firmly attached. Once the nail bed is damaged, it cannot support a 'normal' nail. ... (8 replies)
... There will be a thin layer of nail plate remaining on the surface of the nail bed. When one undergoes Chemotherapy and the nails are effected, it will usually effect only the first two layers and not the third layer. ... (4 replies)
... I sure will. I just painted the nails a nice cherry red, so I can't see the nail, but there was a very small bruise-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. I'll let you know... Thanks, again, for the help. Amy (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)
... It totally depends on if you are a 'nibbler', a 'biter' or a 'cannible' biter. If you bite just the nail, the nail bed might heal enough to allow the nail to grow properly. If you are a cannible biter and bite the skin as well, then it won't grow properly. ... (6 replies)
Fingernail Damage
Jul 17, 2008
... The nail plate rides forward on the nail bed upon a series of rails and grooves, much like a train rides forward on its tracks. ... (4 replies)
... from improper application due to overexposure to too much liquid, or you have aquired a yeast infection. Only your doctor can determine if it is a yeast infection. ... (4 replies)
... Whenever the nail root is compromised, it will stop producing proper nail plate cells until it heals. When it does begin to produce nail palte cells, they may be very wavy from lateral fold to lateral fold. ... (3 replies)
... bleed. If it was too painful to bite off any more nail, I'd just attack all the skin in the surrounding area. And all this since I was a toddler. ... (6 replies)
... infection and a fungal infection by taking a scraping of the site and growing a culture which can take weeks to accomplish. If it is yeast, you will need a prescription for Naftin. ... (38 replies)
... It depends entirely on how badly you damaged the Matrix where the nail plate cells are born. ... (1 replies)
... Cut the nail back as far as you can without causing bleeding or undue pain. Keep up with the Epsom salt as it will help to remove moisture where it isn't needed and keep the pain at bay. ... (2 replies)
... On one of my fingers, my nail bed has separated from my nail plate when I removed my acrylics. ... (4 replies)
... When the nail experiences repeated trauma, such as when one bites their nails, the nail will recede. ... (1 replies)
... especially with a big toe nail. The larger the nail, the longer it takes. The nail plate will detach at the point of the hematoma because the nail plate was forced from the nail bed due to the build up of blood. ... (4 replies)
... Once the nail bed has been exposed from biting away the nail plate, it will turn into 'real' skin. After this happens from repeatedly biting away the nail plate, the nail plate can no longer attach to the 'real 'skin and will remain shortened due to the repeated trauma. ... (6 replies)
... If the nail plate is not growing in firmly attached to the nail bed by now, it never will. Chances are that you did severe damage to the nail bed. Once this happens, the nail cannot attach to the nail bed and the damage will always be there. ... (1 replies)

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