Clinical Skin Center

Patient Education

Nail Conditions

Nail Conditions

Nails that are in good condition can be very attractive. They also reflect an individual's personal habits - good or bad. Aside from their cosmetic appeal, nails serve many important functions. When problems occur, nail disorders can be among the most frustrating problems in dermatology. Fortunately, most are treatable with topical or oral medications, including the common fungal diseases which cause thickening and discoloration. In addition, nails can be a marker for internal medical disorders such as arthritis, kidney disease, anemia, diabetes, and many other diseases

Why wait?  Healthy and Beautiful nails are possible!

These before and after pictures are representative of some of our most satisfied patients. Results and number of treatments will vary. A person's results will depend on a variety of factors. Photos are provided for example purposes only, and may not represent the results that all people will obtain.

Nail Conditions Symptoms

  • Splitting, thickening of the nails
  • Discoloration of the nails
  • Pain in the nails or ingrown nails
  • Growths of skin under or around the nail

How our Dermatologists can Help you:

At the Clinical Skin Center, our dermatologists are particularly trained to recognize these disorders. We will not only treat your nail problems, we will also determine if there are any signs of other more serious medical conditions. You can have the nails that you have always wished for!