Many patients claim they have tried all types of remedies, including vinegar, peroxide, and even duct tape! However, there are 2 issues here. First of all, patients who come and see me for the first time are not even sure that they are treating a nail fungus. Sometimes the disfigured nail may be due to trauma, or another culprit such as psoriasis or yeast. Secondly, these home remedies are not proven, whereas our treatment plans are tried and true. Make and appointment with one of doctors for an accurate diagnosis and a comprehensive treatment plan to help fix that bothersome nail.
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