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What's a nonsurgical fix for ingrown toenails?

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Dr. Adam Teichman
Orthopedic Surgery - Foot & Ankle

In brief: Soaking and Topical

Non-surgical treatments for ingrown toenails are usually not successful especially if there is redeness and drainage from the toe.
The proceudre to remove an infected toenail is a very minor procedure and usually provides immediate relief with little post-operative care. If you suffer from inrgown toenals you seek medical attention from a podiatrist to prevent further issues.

In brief: Soaking and Topical

Non-surgical treatments for ingrown toenails are usually not successful especially if there is redeness and drainage from the toe.
The proceudre to remove an infected toenail is a very minor procedure and usually provides immediate relief with little post-operative care. If you suffer from inrgown toenals you seek medical attention from a podiatrist to prevent further issues.
Dr. Adam Teichman
Dr. Adam Teichman
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In brief: Good shoes

Ingrown toenails are due to poorly fitted narrow shoes, switch to wide toe box shoes.

In brief: Good shoes

Ingrown toenails are due to poorly fitted narrow shoes, switch to wide toe box shoes.
Dr. Addagada Rao
Dr. Addagada Rao
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