Treat Finger Nails Damaged By Accident?
Good evening, I want to ask about the problem of my finger nails which grew not the same as before, a few months ago I had an accident and my nails had to be pulled out, now it has grown but only one side only grows only the right side and my nails only grow next , and there is a growth of nails in the middle of the middle above the skin, nails that protrude out not grow from inside and long, nails like dead and not long long how to deal with it?
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Nail growth starts from the point where the nail grows under the skin at the base of the nail. In certain conditions, nail growth can experience obstacles and deformities, so that the shape or color of the nails can differ from the conditions they should. And often nail growth abnormalities are caused by several things, such as:
1. trauma, thereby causing damage to the nail bed and also the point where the nail grows
2. yeast infection
3. Bacterial infection
To find out how big the implications of nail growth for one of the causes above, it is necessary to consult and direct examination by a family doctor or by a dermatologist or surgeon. The doctor will determine the cause and assess the possibility of further growth. Thus, the doctor can provide information on possible nail growth on the cause of nail damage experienced by patients based on the examination conducted. So that information from clinical assessments made by doctors can be understood and accepted by patients.
In accordance with your question, in patients with finger and nail trauma which will eventually be followed by your nails taking action, this trauma may cause damage to the nail bed, blood vessels and or at the point where the nails grow. Thus, due to trauma that damages the growth of the nails, the surface of the nails can be bumpy, grow at a certain point, or the surface of the nail area only grows but is not too thick, so that the growth of the nails does not appear perfect. Thus, because of the risk of damage to the growth of the nail, then further treatment to restore the growth and shape of the normal nail as before could not be done.
However, all this needs to be done by a direct examination by your dermatologist to ascertain the form of damage to the nail bed, tissue damage and the point of growing nails as described above. Thus, the doctor can provide advice to help with the aesthetic treatment of your nail growth disorders.
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