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Title: Ingrowing Toenails Treatment In Amersham | Foot Specialist

Ingrowing Toenails Treatment In Amersham
  • If you are suffering from an ingrown toenail
    infection or at risk of developing an ingrown
    toenail, the doctor might recommend a course of
    antibiotics. Not every ingrown toenail, needs
    surgery. If it is required, we have years of
    experience, so you know that you are in the best
    possible care. Why suffer in pain, when rapid
    relief is possible.

Ingrowing Toenails
We are a regional specialist in ingrown toenails.
We promise you a fast consultation and solution.
We make sure that after we have seen you, we will
work to find relief to your painful swollen
toenail. After diagnosis, of your inflamed toe,
we make sure that you to get pain relief with or
without surgery so that you are back on your feet.
The top 10 ways to manage Ingrown Toenails
  • If your toes are inflamed, soak them in salty
    water 3-4 times a day. This will reduce the
    swelling and reduces the tenderness in your feet.
  • Raise the toenail by putting cotton wool, or
    dental floss under the toenail. This will raise
    the nail, decreasing the chances of the nail to
    grow over the edge of the skin.
  • Cut your toenails flat. Do not cut the nails in a
    curve, to follow the shape of the toe. This also
    applies if you go to a salon. If you have a
    condition with poor blood flow (like diabetes),
    ask a Podiatrist, to help with cutting your nails.

  • Keep the nails at medium length If your nails
    are too short, the shoes you wear may force the
    nails to grow into the toenail tissue causing
    them to get inflamed.
  • Make sure your shoes fit well. Tight shoes, or
    shoes that pinch, put extra pressure on the nail,
    and can damage the feet. If you have any form of
    nerve damage in your feet, you may not notice
    that the shoes are fitting correctly. Take care,
    and get the right advice from the shoe store, to
    get the best for your feet. There are specialist
    stores with experience in fitting shoes for
    people with foot problems.
  • Wear protective shoes If you are in a position
    where your feet may be injured, protective shoes
    or footwear, can help manage any damage to your

  1. Check your feet If you are a diabetic, or you
    have any other issues, it is recommended that you
    check your feet daily for ingrown toenails (as
    well as other foot problems)
  2. If you have open wounds, it is recommended that
    you keep them clean, and keep them open to help
    the wounds heal. It is strongly recommended that
    you visit us, or your local podiatrist, to make
    sure that the correct dressing is applied.
  3. Do not cut your nails if you have ingrown
    toenails. We offer guidance and training, for you
    to cut your nails properly so that the condition
    is not made worse.
  4. Do not peel or bite your nails. This increases
    the chance of your condition getting worse.

Solutions for In-grown toe nails
  • It is possible for us to trim the nails, to
    remove the pressure on the toes, and done on a
    regular basis, this is a great solution for some
    people who do not need surgery. This can prevent
    or delay the need for surgery.
  • We can do nail surgery, where we can remove part
    of the nail so that when you wear slippers or
    sandals, it still looks natural. This way, your
    ingrown toenails do not impact your life. This
    could be a permanent solution for a happier you.

ADDRESS 18 Woodside Rd, Amersham HP6 6AJ, UK 35
Station Rd, Beaconsfield HP9 1QG, UK CONTACT 0800
107 3290 WEBSITE
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