Treatment for toenail fungal infection can be through oral and topical medications, according to Mayo Clinic. For severe cases, surgical procedure or laser therapy may be needed. More »

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Thickened toenails are commonly caused by aging and injuries that lead to fungal infections, according to Footsmart. As people age, their toenails become thicker, while injuries can cause the toenails to split. Both cond... More »

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Cures for toenail fungus include anti-fungal creams or pills, nonsurgical nail removal, and tea tree oil. Laser treatments may also be helpful in treating toenail fungus, although several treatments are needed, and there... More »

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Some recommended home remedies in treating toenail fungus include using non-prescription anti-fungal topical medications and applying Vicks VapoRub on the affected areas, suggests Mayo Clinic. Trimming and thinning the n... More »

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Treatment options for tiny red spots on the skin include prescription medications such as topical exfoliants and topical retinoids, or laser therapy treatment, according to Mayo Clinic. On-going treatment is necessary to... More »

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The fungus that commonly grows under toenails is called onychomycosis and tinea unguium, according to Mayo Clinic. The fungus appears as white or yellow spots under fingernails or toenails. More »

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The most common treatment for a toe nail fungus infection is application of a topical antifungal cream. For more severe infections, a dose of oral antifungal drugs may be required, WebMD states. More »

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