Nail fungus is very difficult to treat due to its nature and contagiousness. This condition has been known to re-occur even after weeks, months, and years after treatment has concluded. There are many treatment options for this condition but the best one is ZetaClear nail fungus treatment. Before we directly jump onto ZetaClear reviews I would like you to see few other treatments too.
Topical Antifungal Medications and Creams
This category of treatments can range from creams to lacquers and antifungal nail polishes. These are to be added physically to the outside of the infected toenail and sometimes to the surrounding skin. Many doctors and professionals recommend a solution called ZetaClear, which is one of the most successful treatment for nail fungus. Applied with a brush, this treatment is to be applied twice a day, with treatment periods ranging from an average of 3-6 weeks. ZetaClear application has no serious side effects.
Oral Antifungal Medication
Oral medications to treat this condition have been widely used in the past. This treatment has been shown to kill the fungus that causes infection, but often does not immediately improve the appearance of the nail. However, there are side effects with this treatment, and it cannot be used for everyone. People with a history of liver or heart problems need to inform their doctor before taking oral antifungal medications. Notify your doctor if you are taking any other medication before starting an oral treatment.
In cases where your fungal infection is causing you pain and discomfort, Dr. Vargas may recommend that your nail be removed. This procedure can be done in office with local anesthesia to dull the pain. The nail (or part of the nail) will then be removed, and the nail bed treated with medication. Your nail will typically grow back normally within a year. After this removal, the area will need to be cleaned and bandages changed often in order to prevent other infections.
Herbal and Natural Remedies
Many people choose to try natural and herbal remedies to cure their nail fungus before coming to a podiatrist. There is no scientific evidence to support that these methods work. Many people see an improvement in their condition, but are not able to fully get rid of it. Some methods that have been used in the past include soaking the infected nails in Epsom salt and applying herbal oils like thyme.