In-Grown Toenails

Ingrown Toenail

The nail (often the big toe nail) grows into the skin, down the sides of the nail, becoming embedded as the nail grows, which can cause it to weep or bleed. If it has a sharp edge (usually at the side) this digs into the flesh causing pain, irritation and possibly infection. The nail is tender to any pressure.
Here at the surgery we are able to perform all types of nail surgery carried out in relaxed comfortable surroundings with full follow up treatments provided to ensure your complete safety and satisfaction.


From Our Blog…

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 available here at Beddington Podiatry Practice.

All of the above helps to ensure a pain free experience when undergoing nail surgery in safe comfortable surroundings.

After the initial assessment where your medical history and suitability for anaesthesia and surgery is confirmed, a suitable date is arranged for the surgery to take place usually within a week of the assessment so there are NO LONG WAITING TIMES (as there are in many area’s on NHS waiting lists) to resolve your ingrown nail…

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