Structure of the nails

The Nails are skin growths composed of keratin. The nail plate covers the ends of the fingers under which there are many blood vessels and nerve endings. Unlike the skin the nails are only fed when they grow up. At the rear is located the back nail cushion, follows the nail plate, the lateral axilla of the nail, then the transverse furrow of the nail, on top is the coating of the nail, behind are located the cuticles, on the sides are located recesses, followed by the side cushions of the nail, at the front is the free end of the nail, which we shape as manicure, and at the back under the skin is the root of the nail.