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Nail Surgery Latest Update

Having successfully completed a Post Graduate Module in Local Anaesthetics and Nail Surgery at Glasgow Caledonian University / Southern General Hospital also in Glasgow( June 2012), Derek has now updated his knowledge in the latest local anaesthetic drugs, delivery systems and surgical techniques to ensure you the patient receives nothing but the most up to date treatments […]

Some common causes ingrown toenails (onychocryptosis)?

Incorrect nail cutting, where a spike may be left in the sulci (nail groove). This spike will be a source of irritation to the toe and if it breaks the skin can become infected which will repeatedly happen unless the spike is removed. The spike will hold the skin open which is a portal for bacteria to enter […]