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Dr. Stern quizzes you on your knowledge of a range of nail disorders and examines the characteristics of each.
Are you a nail technician dealing with various issues regarding toenail fungi? Worry not. We have a few tips that can help you in treating them with professional care.
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses the challenges associated with diagnosing and treating nail fungus.
Troubleshoot common nail conditions by targeting the cause and customizing your care — both in the salon and with home care recommendations.
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses her consultations with patients dealing with retronychia, dysplastic nevus, and glomus tumors.
In 2000, a Watsonville, Calif., salon was the source of a major bacterial outbreak that infected at least 110 clients and left them with lesions on their legs.
What do you do when a new client arrives with a truly awful set of nails from her previous salon? Learn when to remove, when to repair, and how to achieve the best fix possible.
Performing a pedicure soon after a client shaves can cause potential harm.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so in honor of all those affected now and in the future, NAILS is reviewing the best ways for nail techs to service clients with cancer.
Fresh Nail from Tammy Taylor is an effective remedy for the common bacterial infection of the nail plate, pseudomonas (AKA greenies).
This week we learned about the ugly side of nails: bacteria, fungus, viruses, and nail diseases and disorders.
A “habit tic” is the result of a client’s unconscious nervous habit. Learn how you can offer a solution to this curable condition.
Psoriasis of the skin is a common issue, but what happens when psoriasis affects the nail? Help your clients get treatment for a condition that could be embarrassing — and painful.
In this month’s column, Dr. Stern discusses the different reasons pseudomonas infections (sometimes called "greenies") may develop on clients’ nails and what to do about it if they do.
As nail professionals, we don’t diagnose or treat medical conditions, but being able to spot trouble empowers us to help guide clients to seek appropriate help. Take our quiz to check your knowledge.
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