February 1, 2000
The Nail Doctor answers your questions about strep, overgrowth, and white spots.
September 1, 1999
The Nail Doctor on allergic reactions to formaldehyde, treating fungal infections, and curing psoriasis.
September 1, 1998
This month, our Nail Doctors team up to talk about bacteria spots, perimenopause, toenail fungus, and working after surgery.
December 1, 1995
Some nail products are truly hypoallergenic, but don’t consider the term a guarantee against allergic reactions. Pay as much attention to client reactions as you do to product labels.
September 1, 1995
The Nail Doctor is back to discuss brittle nail syndrome, the effect of climate on nail growth, and what's really behind those persistent headaches.
February 1, 1995
The Nail Doctor is back to answer your pressing questions on allergies and menopausal side effects.
May 1, 1994
When a client develops a rash around her fingertips or on her neck or face, she may be allergic to a chemical in a nail product you use. Determining which chemical, however, is best left to a dermatologist.
December 1, 1993
Should a nail technician remove acrylic from a client who is suffering from tender nail beds after the nail tech recently changed product?
May 1, 1993
Protecting oneself against chemical absorption at the salon starts with the simple practice of wearing gloves or applying a barrier cream.
January 1, 1993
December 1, 1992
I allow most patients I treat for nail disorders to keep their acrylics while undergoing therapy unless wearing them would be detrimental to their recovery.
February 1, 1992
Every month, our nail doctor answers readers' questions about any health-related issue.
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