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Blog posts tagged with 'onychomycosis'

Which antifungal is right for my toe nail fungus?

Fungal infections of the toe nail come in many different stages. Which antifungal medication is right for your toe nail infection? This article explores the choices in topical medications used to treat fungal infections of the toe nail.

Natural Antifungal Nail Butter | Treatment Recommendations

Natural Antifungal Nail Butter works in two ways. It uses 40% urea to debride, thick fungal nail infections. And it uses the natural properties of tea tree oil to fight fungal nail infections. This article explores treatment recommendations for Natural Antifungal Nail Butter.

Natural Antifungal Nail Butter

Is there a natural way to treat onychomycosis? There is now with Natural Antifungal Nail Butter. Natural Antifungal Nail Butter harnesses the power of 40% urea to chemically debride thick fungal toe nails while treating fungus with tea tree oil.

Treatment of Runner's Nail

Runner's nail is a bruise that forms beneath the nail. The most common contributing reason for runner's nail is shoes that are too short, but even more often, loose shoes that allow the foot to piston within the shoe. With a loose shoe, the nail repeatedly slams into the toe box of the shoe resulting in runner's nail. This article explores the treatment options for runner's nail.

Where's the peppermint? How the dentists can teach the podiatrists a thing or two.

The history of dental hygiene is actually an interesting story. At the onset of the 20th century, dental hygiene was virtually non-existent. A green stick was used to scrape only the most obvious of plaque and toothpaste was scoffed. Toothpaste recipes that included burnt bread, pulverized brick and chalk were used as abrasives. But it wasn't until the brilliant Dr. Washington Sheffield of Connecticut discovered that if you put mint into the toothpaste, people actually enjoyed using it (what a concept, right?)