December 1, 1998
October 1, 1998
September 1, 1998
This month, our Nail Doctors team up to talk about bacteria spots, perimenopause, toenail fungus, and working after surgery.
August 1, 1998
It’s summer, which can mean a healthy time for nails.
July 1, 1998
The Nail Doctor brings you the medical expertise of not one, not two, but three professionals this month!
June 1, 1998
The Nail Doctor tackles a handful of questions about nail fungus, damaged lunulas, and nail pitting.
April 1, 1998
The Nail Doctor explains what those white nails spots mean, and the causes of brittle nail syndrome.
February 1, 1998
Salon owners and nail technicians from all over the world came to hear their favorite dermatologist discuss everything you need to know about nail disorders.
January 1, 1998
The Nail Doctor is back with advice for how to handle those pesky white spots.
December 1, 1997
One of the most common conditions that affects the nail is onycholysis, which is the separation of the nail plate from the nail bed. Onycholysis occurs as a result of or along with a great variety of nail traumas and disorders. Probably the most common cause of onycholysis is a fungal infection of the nail.
October 1, 1997
The Nail Doctor is back to discuss nail biting and malalignment.
August 1, 1997
Though psoriasis most often affects skin, it can affect nails as well. By understanding the symptoms you may help a client seek treatment before it gets out of hand.
NAILS talked with respected podiatrist Dr. Godfrey Mix about the adjustments needed in procedures of foot care and the elderly.
July 1, 1997
Our panel of experts tackles herpes, the effect of medications on nails, and acrylic lifing.
June 1, 1997
The Nail Doctor tackles your pressing questions on nail injuries and arthritis.
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Turning Back the Hands of Time21 photos
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Is perfectionism on the job a blessing or a curse?
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Do I need a special permit to do medical pedicures?
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