7 Tips to Help You Avoid Fungal Nails

fungal toenail infection

It’s summer - you’ve put the coats away and the sunglasses and sandals have come out. There’s a segment of the population that might be looking toward summer weather with at least some fear or even embarrassment. And the culprit is fungal toenails. Today, Dr. Hubert Lee of CarePlus Foot & Ankle Specialists in Bellevue, WA, is discussing ways to protect your feet against fungal nails.

Here are several facts about these uncomfortable infections:

What Can You Do to Avoid Fungal Nails?

Following these steps can significantly reduce your risk of contracting fungal nails:

 

Are fungal toenails threatening to ruin your summer fun in the sun? The longer you delay treatment, the harder it will be to clear them up. So contact the office of Dr. Hubert Lee at CarePlus Foot & Ankle Specialists in Bellevue, WA, today at (425) 455-0936 to schedule an appointment for proper treatment.

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