3 tips for treating fungal nail infections
Fungal nail infections can be difficult to treat because of their poor response to therapy.
Typically, they don’t go away without antifungal treatment but efficacy can be limited because of poor nail plate penetration.
Another problem with fungal nail infections is that the resultant nail destruction can promote other sources of infection such as cellulitis and other forms of tinea, and aggravate existing foot problems.
The Conversation tackles the topic,