Toenail fungus is one of the most common, yet most ignored, health conditions. Too often, patients dismiss the signs of an infection, only to later realize that their toenails are in bad shape.
In today’s busy world, it’s easy to let a toenail fungus infection get out of control.
Onychomycosis is the most common cause of toenail fungus, affecting about 1 in 10 people. It usually starts as a small white or yellow spots on your toenails, but if left unchecked, it can severely damage them.
Toenail fungus infections are caused by a mold growing under the toenail. The most common type of mold is dermatophytes, which feeds on the keratin protein found in fingernails and toenails. A similar infection is also possible in fingernails, but toenail infections are far more common.
While this is not a video consultation, Dr. Tabora provides each patient with a comprehensive analysis of their condition based on the information provided. With years of experience in foot care, Dr. Tabora provides each patient with a personalized evaluation of their condition, along with a customized treatment recommendation. Each consultation also comes with essential information everyone should know about treating toenail fungus.
Armed with detailed information, you’ll get the treatment you need fast and get back on the road to happy, healthy feet in no time.
Dr. Tyson Tabora, DPM, AACFAS is a well-trained, and highly skilled rearfoot and forefoot surgeon, treating a variety of foot conditions. His goal is to educate patients as thoroughly as possible so that they can make active and informed decisions about their treatment options. He has extensive, thorough training in podiatry and keeps up to date with the most current medical advancements by taking part in teaching hospitals with students, residents, and colleagues.
Don’t waste time waiting for an opening with your doctor or a specialist. Complete this form to receive a professional toenail fungus treatment consultation within 1-2 business days.
This consultation is completed entirely online based on the patient’s information submission. All consultation materials and diagnoses are delivered by email. This is not a video chat with the physician. No refunds will be given for the consultation. There is no guarantee that you will not need to schedule an in-office appointment with a physician. Some procedures, if recommended, require in-person appointments, such as in the case that a patient needs a biopsy or does not respond to treatment. New nails can take up to one year to grow back. We recommend monitoring the patient’s progress and scheduling a new consultation with progress photos after starting treatment.
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