Causes of formation
- Genetic conditionality
- Age, the most common problem arises in older people
- Diseases Type: diabetes, psoriasis, thyroid disease
- Vascular lesions
- Complications of untreated fungal infection
- Mechanical injuries
Overgrown and thickened nails can arise from external causes (too tight footwear), internal (genetic) or because of age and diseases such as diabetes or psoriasis. Overgrown nails can cause both aesthetic discomfort and contribute to the inconvenience of performing everyday activities such as Walking or putting on shoes. Overgrown and thickened nails can cover all the fingers or one finger, which is usually a paluch.
TREATMENT OF OVERGROWN AND THICKENED NAILS IN SATIN
Every visit to a subologist in Satin begins with an interview, through which the Subologist collects information about the state of health, illnesses, current ailments and a life-threatening lifestyle. Treatment of overgrown and thickened nails in Satin cabinets is painlessly.
The subologist, using special cutters, shortens the hard nail plate and removes the Subnail keratosis, which untreated can contribute to the formation of ringworm. After one visit, immediate improvement is felt. For this type of nail, regular care of the subcologist and the use of preparations to protect against potential fungal infections is extremely important. Our subscientists at the end of the procedure will recommend the best preparations that will help to keep the nails in a better condition and prevent the development of fungal infections.
WHO MAY HAVE A PROBLEM WITH OVERGROWN FINGERNAILS?
Overgrown and thickened nails can appear as a result of mechanical injuries or genetic determinants. It is also common for chronic diseases such as psoriasis and diabetes mellitus. The largest group of patients with the problem of overgrown and thickened nails are the elderly. This is usually because with age the nail plate changes its shape, thickness and color, and the process of its growth significantly lengthens.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH TODAY!
Overgrown nails can change the growth path, resulting in a finally ingrown nail, and therefore pain and discomfort. This, unfortunately, is not the only consequence, which may entail the lack of specialised care in the case of overgrown and thickened nails. Overgrown nails, without regular care, can also lead to the formation of fungal infections. This ailment will not disappear spontaneously, so in the case of overgrown and thickened nails, it is necessary to help the subcologist.
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For several years I have fought unsuccessfully with my thick and ugly fingernails. Thanks to regular visits to Satin, putting on shoes is no longer painful and problematic.