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Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
Treating Nail Fungus
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Treating Nail Fungus

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  • 1. How To Treat Nail Fungus Video Presentation Brought To You By: www.NailFungusNinja.com
  • 2. Oral Medications <ul><li>One of the better treatments.
  • 3. Will need to take for 1 to 3 months.
  • 4. Helps new nail grow fungus free .
  • 5. Doctor recommended for chronic sufferers. </li></ul>
  • 6. Anti-Fungal Creams <ul><li>Used for minor infections.
  • 7. Stops infection from spreading.
  • 8. Usually used with oral medication. </li></ul>
  • 9. Anti-Fungal Lacquer <ul><li>Clear coat polish with anti-fungal properties.
  • 10. Applied in layers and then removed.
  • 11. Can take a while to have an effect.
  • 12. Recommended for minor infections. </li></ul>
  • 13. Surgery <ul><li>Very severe infections may require surgery.
  • 14. Surgery may be required because fungus doesn't respond to any other treatments. </li></ul>
  • 15. Laser Therapies <ul><li>Newer treatment.
  • 16. Not available everywhere.
  • 17. During laser therapy the nail is treated with acid and then irradiated with a bright light to kill remaining fungus. </li></ul>
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  • 19. Learn More By Visiting: www.NailFungusNinja.com

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