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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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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Doctors recommend topical creams, nail lacquers and gels and oral antifungal drugs to treat nail fungus, including fungus affecting the toenails, according to WebMD. Oral antifungal drugs, including the drug terbinfine, ... More »

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Home remedies for toe fungus include trimming and thinning the toenails before applying an anti-fungal cream or ointment, Mayo Clinic suggests. Nails can be softened beforehand through soaking in urea cream overnight. Tr... More »

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There are natural remedies for the treatment of toenail fungus that have proven successful in some patients, such as the application of snakeroot extract on the infected toenails, states Mayo Clinic. Tea tree oil is also... More »

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Vicks VapoRub can be used at home as a cure for toenail fungus, states Mayo Clinic. A small amount of the ointment can be applied to the affected toenails every day with a cotton swab. More »

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