What is an Ingrown Nail? How do we fix an Ingrown Nail?
At the Center for Ankle and Foot Care, we have a simple in office procedure that literally only takes minutes to correct your problem forever! (Unless you start to wear bad shoes again!) Our foot doctors want to help you get back on your feet again.
How We Treat Ingrown Toenails
There is after care of soaking and keeping the toe covered with antibiotic cream and band aid for about 2 weeks.
The following symptoms may be present with ingrown toenails:
-Pain-Redness and swelling-Drainage-Odor-Prominent skin tissue (proud flesh) Don't wait until it gets too bad to get in. We only take a small portion of the ingrown nail. So in most cases you can barely tell you even had this simple in office procedure performed! Once the nail is ingrown there are not too many things you can do for yourself at home to make this better. Call your foot doctor and get in right away! At the Center for Ankle and Foot Care we have same day appointments avaialble!