Is ONYCHAUXIS a contraindication to For Manicure And Pedicure?

Onychauxis is the medical term for thickening or overgrowth of the nail. This condition can be observed in both the fingers nails and the toes nails.

Onychauxis is otherwise called Hypertrophy of the nail. It can be caused by a variety of conditions including fungal nails, trauma, psoriasis, aging, and diabetes.

Is ONYCHAUXIS CONTAGIOUS?

Yes
, contraindication "ONYCHAUXIS" is contagious!

Signs and symptoms for ONYCHAUXIS

  • The most obvious symptom of Onychauxis is an abnormal thickening of the nail plate in the finger or toe
  • The nails usually thicken on the upper part
  • These can become white or yellowish in some patients with the nail edges falling apart
  • The most obvious symptom of Onychauxis is an abnormal thickening of the nail plate in the finger or toe
  • The nails usually thicken on the upper part
  • These can become white or yellowish in some patients with the nail edges falling apart

When we have a client who has ONYCHAUXIS

Nail Treatments
Total Contraindications: prohibit a treatment from taking place. Refer to a Doctor.

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