Say Goodbye to Nail Fungus with These Treatments


Over-the-Counter Antifungal Medications

Topical antifungal creams, ointments, or nail lacquers containing ingredients like clotrimazole or terbinafine can be applied directly to the affected nails.


Prescription Oral Antifungal Medications

 In severe cases or when topical treatments are ineffective, oral antifungal medications may be prescribed by a healthcare professional.


Antifungal Nail Creams

Specific antifungal creams formulated for treating fungal nail infections can be applied directly to the affected nails.


Regular Trimming and Cleaning

Trim and file the infected nails regularly to reduce their thickness and minimize the spread of the infection


Nail Debridement

It involves thinning or removing the infected nail material to improve the effectiveness of topical treatments.


Laser Therapy

Laser treatment can target and destroy the fungal infection in the nails. It may require multiple sessions and is typically performed by a dermatologist or podiatrist.


Photodynamic Therapy

This treatment combines the use of a photosensitizing agent and light therapy to kill the fungus. It may require multiple sessions and is performed by a healthcare professional.


Avoiding Nail Polish and Artificial Nails

Nail polish and artificial nails can trap moisture and promote fungal growth. It's best to avoid them until the infection has cleared.


Foot Hygiene

Keep your feet clean and dry, especially between the toes. Use antifungal powders or sprays in your shoes to prevent reinfection.


Wear Breathable Shoes and Socks

To prevent fungal development, use moisture-wicking socks and leather or mesh shoes.