Topic : The Nail Doctor

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The Nail Doctor: Bandaging Aggravates Nail Ailments

March 1, 1992  | Article

Covering problem nails with a bandage is the most common aggravating factor I see in nail disorders.

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Help Clients Break Habits

January 1, 1992  | Article

It’s not uncommon to see clients with nail deformities characterized by ridges on the nail plate. Called habit tic, it is a benign habit that often relieves a person’s anxiety.

Keywords: habit tic   The Nail Doctor  

The Nail Doctor: Avoid Spreading Warts Viruses

October 1, 1991  | Article

Warts are a common problem caused by contagious viruses. All warts come from direct or indirect contact with another wart. Each wart makes millions of viruses each day that can be passed to other people and cause warts.

Keywords: The Nail Doctor   warts  

Nutrition and Nails

September 1, 1991  | Article

Nail technicians may perpetuate the myth of diet-caused nail problems by encouraging clients with these complaints to take vitamin supplements to strengthen their nails. But nutrition is a much overrated factor in the nails’ condition.

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Editor's note: Stop the Bad Presses!

July 1, 1991  | Article

A good deal of the bad press nails have gotten over the years has been a result of clients who bad-mouth the profession after they’ve suffered some nail health problem, very often an infection.

Keywords: consumer press   The Nail Doctor  

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