Fungal Nails

Fungal nail infections can be both unsightly and uncomfortable – whilst they are not generally serious they can be difficult to treat effectively. Fungal nails are often caused by the same fungi which are responsible for Athlete’s Foot which thrive in warm, moist places such as day to day footwear.

The first symptom is often discolouration at the edges of the nail, becoming more white, yellow or brown than usual, which can spread to the centre and cause a change in texture such as thickening, crumbling or flaking. If left untreated fungal nails can spread to the other toes and also the other foot.

  • TARGETED TREATMENT: your Podiatrist can recommend an effective clinic treatment to tackle problem nails, such as the Lacuna method, which allows for a deeper and more effective delivery of active ingredients to the nail bed to combat the problem – learn more and find your nearest clinic here
  • HOME APPLICATIONS: regularly applying a tailored fungal nail treatment, such as the Emtrix at-home system, can make a huge difference to the condition of your nails in just a few weeks

Fungal Nail Treatment