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Dr. Safwaan Desai
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Is it fungus?: Hi. Losing a fingernail most commonly is due to injury to the nail / nail bed. Fungal infection is also a cause though not that common. Your doctor ca ... Read More

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Dr. Joy Jackson
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The : The only treatment that I am aware of involves a surgery where your nail bed is reconstructed by surgically grafting parts from other fingers or toes ... Read More
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Dr. TAPAN CHAUDHURI
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ANY TRAUMA?: Did you have any injury to the finger nail? How many fingers are involved - just one or all. Do you take multivitamins regularly? Is there any fungal ... Read More
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Dr. Corinne Kauderer
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Green black nail: Nails should be the same color on your hands and feet; green black color may mean that there is a fungal infection or a Bacterial infection. Nonethel ... Read More
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Dr. Jeffrey Bowman
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Nail issue: Any triple antibiotic ointment with bandaid should suffice. If hint of infection, get it looked at.
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Dr. M. Christine Lee
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Depends: Accutane can be very drying to the skin. You can look worse before looking better. The side-effects will usually subside after 1-2 months and your ski ... Read More
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Dr. Philip Miller
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Onycholysis: loosening of the nail bed from fungal infection.You must see a dermatologist for definitive treatment.
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Dr. John Peng
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The : The short answer to your question is no, there is really nothing over the counter that you can put on your toe to make this issue resolve permanently. ... Read More
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Dr. Arthur Mandelin
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Depends: Depends on what you mean by "dips." if you have little hollowed-out pits or craters, these could be part of a skin inflammation such as psoriasis.
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Many possible: Reasons. A fungal infection is probably the most common. Visit a podiatrist if it occurs on the feet or dermatologist if on hands or feet.
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