Tea Tree Oil For Toenail Fungus Treatment

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Nutra Pure Fungus Clear An infection of dermatophytes, the fungi that cause both Athlete's foot and fungal nails, is characterized by itchy, scaly skin patches. Athlete's foot typically is first seen in the spaces between the toes, and if not treated can spread over the entire bottom surface of the foot or also infect the nails. Fungal nails will typically appear thickened, brittle and discolored or with white spots that may spread to the entire nail being white. In some cases, a black, bruised nail can also lead to nail fungus.

Fungal treatment varies depending on the severity of the fungus, with nail fungus traditionally being more difficult to treat than Athlete's foot. A variety of different topical creams can be used that cause damage to the cell membrane and thus kill the fungus. Systemic drugs that you take orally are often needed in nail infections and can have a variety of adverse side effects throughout the body. Treatment of fungus can last for an extensive period of time. Podiatrists may offer the PinPointe Foot Laser as a preferred treatment method for toenail fungus, with no systemic effects and only about 30 minutes for a treatment.