Ingrown Toenails Cured in one visit

If you suspect you have Ingrown Toenails (Onychocryptosis) but your putting off treatment (yes, we see it all the time ) then do consult our clinic as early as possible, as it will be less painful in the long-run. Possible causes & signs of ingrown toenails are: tight footwear, family history, toenail trauma, an abnormal nail shape (often excessively curved) or an incorrect nail cutting technique. Ingrown toenails commonly appear red, swollen & very painful. If infected they may discharge pus, and may cause new skin to form over the area that is irritated (Hypergranulation). Our fully qualified podiatrists can also advise you whether you might need antibiotics if there is infection present. They are usually found on your big toe nail, however any nail can be affected. A toenail that is curling into the skin, but isn’t actually piercing...

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