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Ingrown Toenail Surgery

Ingrown Toenail Surgery

Ingrown Toenail Surgery in London

What is ingrown toenail surgery?

Ingrown toenail surgery (also known as nail avulsion) is a minor surgical procedure. During the procedure, the Podiatrist will remove a part of your nail. In some cases, the whole nail may need to be removed. This is usually followed up with the application of a chemical called Phenol, which destroys the nail matrix (where the nail grows from) so that the nail does not grow back.

Why choose Podiatry Station for nail surgery?

  • Carried out by a Specialist Podiatrist, who is fully qualified and highly experienced.
  • Set in a clean, safe and modern clinic.
  • No post-op infections recorded to-date.
  • Complete care surgery package with unlimited aftercare.
  • The only local private Podiatry / Chiropody practice to promote wound healing with the use of MLS Class IV Laser Therapy.  Healing times cut in half!
  • Prepared for emergencies. We always have an unexpired adult and child Epi Pen in stock.
  • Located within close proximity to Edgware Hospital meaning if there was an emergency to arise, help would be availahttps://podiatrystation.selectandbook.comble very quickly.

If you would like to know more, you can read our 'Frequently Asked Questions About Ingrown Toenails' page.

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Laser Therapy for Healing of Wounds after Nail Surgery

At Podiatry Station we strive to remain ahead of our competitors, by offering our patients the latest treatment options with the use of modern technology. Laser Therapy is used for a number of conditions, including speeding up the healing of wounds. Add this to your Nail Surgery package for a quicker recovery, and less downtime!

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Are you suffering from toenail or foot problems?

See a specialist at Podiatry Station