Fungal infections of the toenails are an unpleasant, common problem but are usually painless.
If toenails start to take on a white veneer or become yellowed and crumbly, then this is likely to be a fungal infection taking hold.
Some skin conditions and medical problems manifest themselves by changing the appearance of your toenail to look like fungal infections. It is important to obtain a correct assessment and diagnosis. A scraping of the toenail can be taken by your doctor to identify the fungus.
It is always best to seek treatment and advice early on. Once a fungal infection has been identified there are a variety of options available:
Come in and see us to have your pain professionally assessed and treated.