Nail Psoriasis Directory
Nail psoriasis can cause thickening, pitting, and other problems on the fingernails and toenails. Most people with nail psoriasis also have skin psoriasis. Symptoms include yellow or red discoloring under the nail, horizontal lines in the nails, thickened skin under the nail, crumbling or loosening of the nail, and more. Medications or surgery can usually treat nail psoriasis effectively. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how nail psoriasis is caused, symptoms and treatments of nail psoriasis, and more.
Why Do My Nails Look Weird? Nail Changes That Signal Illness
Nail color and texture can reflect a wide range of medical conditions. Learn what your nails are trying to tell you.
Treating Psoriasis on the Hands or Feet
Psoriasis on the hands and feet can be hard to treat, but these tips from WebMD may help.
Psoriasis of the nails is common. Learn more about causes and treatment of nail psoriasis
Cosmetic Cover-up for Psoriasis
Cosmetic cover-up for psoriasis -- known as psoriasis camouflage -- can make psoriasis less noticeable, and help make a person feel more comfortable and confident in public.