Why Should You Treat Fungal Toenails?

Why should you treat toenail fungus?

Why not?

You have toenail fungus!!!


Do You Treat Toenail Fungus?

Many of my patients over the years have simply amazed me! You can read more about me by clicking HERE.

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The majority of my patients suffering from toenail fungus present having tried at-homeDo You Treat Toenail Fungus - Picture at Doctor Office remedies to cure their toenail fungus that just didn’t work.

After having wasted hundreds (sometimes even thousands) of dollars, they come searching for a proven treatment for their ugly toenails.

Occasionally, however, I will run across the patient that comes in merely for the diagnosis of onychomycosis (toenail fungus) and then proceeds to tell me that their condition is NOT THAT BAD and that they will just wait to treat it unless it gets worse. What?!?!?

Do you treat toenail fungus? YES!!!

Why?

It WILL only get worse… it is just a matter of time.

CALL TO ACTION FOR THICK YELLOW TOENAILS

You do NOT want your toenails to get to this point before treatment is initiated… and it eventually will over time!

Picture of Ugly Toenails


Curing Toenail Fungus Fast

Why would you delay treatment? Are you thinking that the treatment for toenail fungus is a long process anyway?

Are you waiting for a better time in your life to start treatment?

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Do NOT do this!

Start treating your toenail fungus NOW!  You could be done with treatment and be enjoying beautiful nails by the time you actually think you are ready for treatment.

Get this unsightly problem on the road to recovery immediately!

CALL TO ACTION FOR TREATMENT OF TOENAIL FUNGUS

Delaying treatment only increases the time of your treatment period. The more advanced this condition is when treatment is initiated directly correlates to the time period of treatment to achieve those gorgeous toenails.

Read all about the progression of toenail fungus by clicking HERE.PICTURE WITH THE WORDS TREAT TOENAIL FUNGUS EARLY

In addition, initiating a treatment plan early aids in the avoidance of many other potential problems.

You should implement treatment for toenail fungus as quickly as possible to ensure that you avoid these horrific conditions.

The BEST time to treat toenail fungus is when you first notice a change in the nail.

Trust me… you do not want to let it get to the point that complications begin to occur. You have to act fast!


You Deserve Nice Feet – Treat Your Fungus Early

Don’t put up with ugly nails anymore! You deserve to have beautiful feet and nails.

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Believe me… when this problem progressively gets out of hand, you will wish that you implemented treatment earlier!

Don’t come back in a year and allow me to say, “I told you so”.

The primary goal of this site is to educate you on your condition of toenail fungus.

This isWhy Treat Toenail Fungus - Picture of Person Lecturing an all-inclusive sight for you to learn EVERYTHING about this condition.

One of the primary points that I want you to take home though is to start treatment for toenail fungus early… as in TODAY.

Don’t wait! You will regret it.

Know that the sooner you start treatment for this condition, the sooner you will be happy with your bare feet again.

Also keep in mind that if you don’t implement treatment early, the Complications of Toenail Fungus are knocking at your door!!!

Toenail fungus is contagious and you don’t want this infection to spread to other body parts and/or to your loved ones!

CALL TO ACTION TO GET RID OF THICK, UGLY, YELLOW TOENAILS NOW

Click HERE to see all THREE treatments that I recommend to cure your toenail fungus!
You deserve nice feet. Let’s get your feet back together. Start your treatment today!

Go to next section: Physician-Supervised Treatment Options for Toenail Fungus


Skip the educational information and go straight to MY PERSONAL TREATMENT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TOENAIL FUNGUS!!!

6 thoughts on “Why Should You Treat Fungal Toenails?

  1. Very informative site.The content is quite well written and informative.I have learnt something new today .I didn’t know that there is a sanitizer for shoes.

    I have a question about sanitizing shoes.I see on your site you show sanitizer for sneakers. Can it be applied in any type of shoe?

    Is there a sanitizer for safety shoes?

    1. Hello! Thank you for visiting my site! I appreciate the kind comments!

      MOST people out there do not know that shoe sanitizers do exist! They are very convenient as both a sterilizer AND deodorizer. And… if you share shoes with your daughters or other family members or friends OR happen to purchase a used shoe, these products are invaluable!

      My favorite shoe sanitizer is the SteriShoe UV Shoe Sanitizer. It works in ANY type of shoegear… work boots, sneakers, flats, sandals and even heels! It comes with a bag that you can utilize for the more open style of shoe to prevent any exposure to the UV light. 

      So… get those work boots sanitized… especially if you wear them on a daily basis!

      Hope this helped! If you have ANY other questions or comments, please feel free to leave below and I will get back with you! Merry Christmas!

  2. Hi there,

    This site information is right up my street! As I am typing this I am wearing nail polish to hide the toenail fungus.

    It is not as horrible as what you show in the picture, but it has been there a long time and my use of foot spas did not help.

    Last year, I decided to attempt to rid my nails of the fungus, using Nailner, Argiletz clay and even Vicks Vaporub! Not altogether I might add…This is going to take hard work and long time.

    I found your site very informative and would like to ask – where can I get shoe sanitisers in the UK?

    1. Hello Stella! I am so glad that you found this article useful.

      To answer your question… You can read about the SteriShoe UV Shoe Sanitizer, the ONLY shoe sanitizer that I recommend, by clicking HERE. This particular product will absolutely exceed your expectations in a shoe sanitizer. For purchase in the UK you can go to http://www.sterishoe.co.uk.

      To address your toenail fungus… treatment is absolutely necessary. Please don’t wait… this can lead to both complications AND result in any future treatments taking much longer to work.

      If your case if VERY mild at this time, at the bare minimum at least utilize an antifungal nail polish. Normal nail polish is doing NOTHING but masking this problem and can even make it worse! You can click HERE to read about the antifungal nail polishes that I recommend. They both are also available for shipment to the UK.

      If you have ANY questions about any of this OR think of any new concerns, please feel free to comment and I will get back with you. I truly am here to help you!

  3. Hi Dr. Baker!
    Very informative site. I have two toenails that I need to get checked. They do not hurt me but they are starting to turn black. I hit my toes on something and the next thing I know they were changing colors. I am going to take your advice and see a doctor about it.

    1. Hello Emelda! Thanks for reading my post on “Why Should You Treat Fungal Toenails?”! I am so glad that you found it informative! When you hit your toenails, did they bleed? What you may be experiencing could be what we call subungual hematomas! This is basically just bleeding underneath the toenails. But… should this discoloration not slowly grow out towards the end of the toenail, then hitting the toenail could have allowed an opening for fungus to enter into your toenail. You can read more about how injuries to the toenail can be a risk factor for toenail fungus HERE!

      Also, double check the symptoms of toenail fungus. This may also help to determine if what you are experiencing is toenail fungus!

      Should toenail fungus be the root of your symptoms, please review the products that I recommend for treatment! They really do work!

      I am truly here to help! Should you have any questions please feel free to ask away by commenting below! I will definitely respond! Thanks again and have a great day!

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