Finger Nail Fungus

Finger Nail Fungus
Finger Nail Fungus

Nail fungus infections, also referred to as onychomycosis, are extremely common. Approximately 12% of all Americans suffer from nail fungus. Toenail fungus infections are much more common than fingernail fungus, and are more difficult to treat. This is because fungi thrive in dark, warm and moist environments.

Finger Nail Fungus


The nail provides the fungus with a strong protective barrier. This barrier makes it difficult for medications to kill the fungus. For this reason, prevention is very important. The older you are, the more likely you will get nail fungus. Children almost never get nail fungus. Approximately 25% of people age 40 are affected, and about 50% of all people aged 70 and older.

Finger Nail Fungus

Nail fungus treatment should begin as soon as possible. The longer you wait, the worse the condition will become, and the more difficult to treat.

Finger Nail Fungus

Finger Nail Fungus

Finger Nail Fungus

Finger Nail Fungus

Finger Nail Fungus
Finger Nail Fungus

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