in Fargo, North Dakota
Humans have fingernails and toenails to help pick things up and hold onto things, and nails also help to protect your hands. They are made up of keratin, a protein that forms in the cells; the same material that makes up your hair. Healthy nails are important to your overall health, and nails can even act as indicators for certain diseases and malnutrition. Because of this, it is important to properly care for your nails, and keep an eye out for any changes that may occur to your nails over time.
At Fargo Center for Dermatology, we offer a selection of nail procedures and treatments, including treatment for nail infections and nail plate removal.