Toenail Fungus

Fungi are tiny organisms that can only be seen through a microscope. There are many different types: some live on your skin and cause no trouble, while others populate between your toes or invade your nails, which can cause infection in high quantities. Fungi can be characterized by a white or yellow spot under your nail, which may spread over time and turn your whole nail white, yellow, green or black. If you suspect you have a toenail fungus, schedule an appointment with a physician at the Cleveland Foot & Ankle Clinic.