If my toenail fungus is cured will the nail get thin and smooth again?

It should. The nail looking normal is usually the sign that the fungus has resolved. However, there are other causes for thick nails, including circulation problems, psoriasis, and others. A person can have thick toenails without a fungus causing the problem.
Yes. If the fungus is truly gone the nail should grow out over time to look normal.

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Could you tell me if my toenail fungus is cured will the nail get thin and normal?

Not always. If the fungus was in the nail for a long time and damaged the way nail grows it might not come back the same even though the fungus is dead. Read more...
Not always. If any trauma to nail matrix occurred then it could grow out abnormaly. Matrix is the growth center of the nail. Read more...
It might. The reason you hear so many different treatments for toenail fungus is because there is no perfect, sure-fire treatment that works 100% of the time. No one can guarantee your nail will return to "normal" after treatment for a fungus. Read more...

If my toenail fungus is cured, will the nail actually get back to normal thickness and appearance?

Depends. If you are treated for the fungus by an oral medication it can take up to 6 months for the nail to fully grow out. The nail may grow out flat like your normal nails or it may still have some thickness to it. But taking the medication is no guarantee that you cannot get another fungal nail infection in the future. Read more...

I have toenail fungus on one toe and the nail just came off with the phone get something eat should I continue to apply the over-the-counter medicine?

With the nail off. The medication applied should be more effective assuming your diagnosis is correct. Not sure what the phone has to do in the question. Read more...
Nail fungus. There are some prescription medicaitons such as a nail polish which contains prescription strength antifungal that can be used topically. Just be patient as it can take 9 months or more for the nail to regrow. Read more...
Nail off. First be sure there is no exposed tissue , because you will have a raging infection if you use that stuff on open skin. Frankly the otc fungus topicals are worthless . Read more...

I have toenail fungus on both big toes. I can't do beach activities with water. Should I get them removed?? If so, will a new nail grow back??

If just the nail- -is removed, the nail will regrow but so will the fungus. There R meds 2 stop the fungus but when U stop, there's a good chance the fungus will come back. They R suppressants, keep it under control. I did read that Vicks on the nails can " cure" it but never saw or heard from anyone who did. Cheap & worth a shot. . Read more...
Amy I assume. You are a girl based on your name. I would recommend polishing the nail to hide the fungus and seeing a doctor to possibly go on an antifungal agent. I do not recommend removing the toenail if y ou do not have to. Read more...