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Onychomycosis or nail mycosis accounts for 50% of nail diseases and can affect both men and women, and rarely affects children. Men are more often affected by nail fungus than women.


ND-Yag Laser Treatment – Especially for Onychomycosis: The most modern, fast, painless and effective onychomycosis treatment. Laser light eradicates fungi naturally, without the side effects of drugs. For complete treatment of onychomycosis, 6-8 sessions are required, depending on the problem. However, there are more serious ones that require multiple visits to the dermatologist.

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The steps of proper treatment are as follows:

  • Treatment with General Measures – Specific for Onychomycosis

    Keeping hands and feet dry, no excessive washing, use of personal towels and tools, no bare feet in swimming pools and sand.

  • ND-Yag Laser Treatment – Especially for Onychomycosis

    The most modern, fast, painless and effective treatment of onychomycosis. Laser light eradicates fungi naturally, without the side effects of drugs. A complete treatment of onychomycosis requires 6-8 sessions, depending on the spread of the problem. However, there are more serious ones that require multiple visits to the dermatologist.

  • Treatment with Topical Medication

    Ideal for mild and initial forms of fungal infections and for patients who have a contraindication to the use of oral medications. The duration of treatment is long, requiring 3-6 months for hands and 9-12 months for feet.

  • Treatment with Oral Medication

    Particularly effective in certain forms of fungal infections, such as in the infestation of blastomycetes or dermatophytes. As the treatment is long lasting, frequent blood tests are required to avoid side effects of taking such medication, such as an increase in liver enzymes in the blood.


The diagnosis of onychomycosis is mainly clinical. Also, a specialized Dermatologist may take a sample of the nail to identify the fungus that has caused the infection.

Onychomycosis is divided into “Dermatophytic Onychomycosis” and “Candida Nail Infection”.

  • Dermatophytic Onychomycosis: characterised by thickening of the cuticles (subcutaneous hyperkeratosis), friability and change in colour of the nail.
  • Candida Nail Infection: particularly common in people who have a habit of wetting their limbs. It affects the skin surrounding the nails (paronychia) and appears as a yellow tinge on the side of the onenail and may lead to onycholysis. Onychomycosis can be very easily observed due to a change in the appearance of the nails in either colour or thickness. Although it is not dangerous, it takes a long time to be cured with pharmaceutical methods. A favorable environment for onychomycosis is humidity, as well as swimming pools. Often, it is the result of diabetes.


Onychomycosis occurs mainly on the lower limbs and less frequently on the upper limbs, and can affect either a single nail or several nails together. Symptoms mainly include:

  • Thickening of the nails (subungual hyperkeratosis)
  • Puffiness (brittle nails that break easily)
  • Nail colour change
  • Onycholysis (nails that come away from the skin)
  • Pain
  • Yellow tinge on the side of the nail


Fungi are primarily transmitted by skin contact. They can be transmitted from person to person, and also by using other people’s personal belongings (e.g. towels, flip-flops). Transmission is very common in the summer, as the fungi can be transmitted by walking barefoot on the sand or pool area.