As the Coronavirus and its impact continue to evolve and develop, we remain focused on the health and safety of our patients and our employees.
We are monitoring the Centers for Disease Control recommendations for the Coronavirus. We are following CDC guidelines and taking extra precautionary measures to maintain social distancing by minimizing the number of people allowed in our waiting room. We are also offering the option of waiting outside or in your vehicle. If this is your preference, please let us know after you check in. We will get a contact number and call you when it is your turn to be roomed. We are also taking extra measures to sanitize our waiting room chairs, counters and doorknobs throughout the day.
We will continue to closely monitor the situation and stay focused on keeping our patients and employees healthy.
The most common cause of yellow discoloration in the toenails is a fungal infection. The fungus often develops underneath the nail, resulting in it becoming thick, raised, and yellow in color.
Other potential causes for yellow discoloration of the nail include diabetes mellitus and lymphedema (chronic leg swelling). Yellow staining of the nails can also occur in individuals who use nail polish. A stained nail may take several months to grow out.
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