Thursday, December 9, 2010

Pienkies Nail Salon - TO TWINKLENAILZ

Flipping through the last five years' worth of The Nail Doctor column, you would notice that the same questions pop up time and time again. These are common questions because they are common problems, so we decided to put together a useful guide to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) concerning nail health.

Nail Doctor Richard K Scher, M.D., better know in the nail industry as The Nail Doctor, is a dermatologist specializing in nails. He is a Professor of Dermatology and head of the Section for Diagnosis and Treatment of Nail Disorders at Columbia University-Presbyterian Medical Center. He was recently elected president of the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Scher is an internationally known expert and pioneer in nail disease treatment and surgery. And in his spare time he writes a bimonthly column for NAILS Magazine.
  • Does gelatin strengthen weak nails? -- read answer.
  • I have a client who recently began having an allergic reaction after her salon visits. What could be causing this? -- read answer.
  • I have a client with brittle nails. What causes this and what should I do about it? -- read answer.
  • Is wearing artificial nails safe? -- read answer.
  • My client often has white spots on her nails. What causes this? -- read answer.
  • My client's nails are constantly lifting away from the nail bed. What causes this? How can it be treated? -- read answer.
  • What are green nails and how do I treat them? -- read answer.
  • What causes fungal infections and how should I treat them? -- read answer.
  • What causes grooved nails and how can I treat them? -- read answer.
  • What effect does cold weather have on the nails? -- read answer.
  • What is psoriasis? -- read answer.
  • What is the best way to treat a client with scarring of the proximal nail fold region? -- read answer.
  • When can I work on bruised nails? -- read answer.

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