Problem nails – thick nails, fungal nails

By: Footcare for Life  21/06/2011
Keywords: nail surgery, fungal nails

 A fungal nail infection can be easily ignored as the individual may think its just a damaged nail. The nail can look thick and discoloured and often appear crumbly when cutting, or present with ridges. A thick nail can be due to damage to the growth plate or trauma to the nail.

Keywords: fungal nails, nail surgery

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