How can you get rid of corns on your feet?

Corns. Modify your shoegear so there is decreased pressure on the toes or have surgery to remove the enlarged portion of bone causing the problem.
See a podiatrist. Corns are callouses on the toes and are caused mainly by shoe irritation over a period of time. They can just be trimmed by a podiatrist, but will usually come back. The real cause is bony enlargement or malpositioning of the toe. There is a real simple surgert to smooth off the underlying bone and the corn should go away permanently. You can also have your shoes stretched or wear wider shoes.

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How can you quickly get rid of corns on your feet?

See below. Immediate but temporary relief is obtained by trimming or debriding corn. Removing the causative pressure will elilinate problem. This may be accomplished with padding, better fitting shoes or surgery to correct deformity or remove boney prominence which is causing problem. Read more...

How can you get rid of painful corns on your feet?

File them . Carefully. Keep in mind there are usually bony prominences if on toes an d these can be surgically repaired. Read more...

What can you do to get rid of corns on feet?

Depends.... Treatments for corns can range from conservative to operative. If an operation is needed the correct operation is based on the character and what is causing the corns. You may want to see an orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon: www.Orthodoc.Aaos.Org/footankle. Read more...

How do you get rid of corns on the bottom of your feet?

Reduce pressure. Calluses (not corns) occur on the bottom of feet usually due to pressure or from clogged sweat glands. See a podiatrist and that way the cause can be treated. Depending on what is causing them, there are surgical and laser treatment for removal of them. You can also use emollient exfoliating creams with uric acid to help. Read more...

How can I get rid of corns (feet)?

Corns are. Basically a description used for dead skin formed from frictional rubbing of two surfaces. The corn can be filed down with an emory board, scalpel (by doctor) etc. Many times there may be a bony prominence as the etiology of the lesion. A foot doctor can file or cut away the offending bone to hel eliminate that which is rubbing and increasing the friction. Read more...
PERMANENT SOLUTION. "Get rid of?" You're seeking a permanent solution? Depending upon the cause, surgery can be performed; for instance, if crooked toes are causing the corns, the toes can be surgically straightened. Consult a podiatrist to see if you are a surgical candidate; not everyone is. Sincerely, Dr. Latva. Read more...

I've corns on feet. How to get rid of these?

Podiatrist visit. They need to be debridement painlessly. Shoes that are a bit tight may be the cause coupled with imperfect toes which are all too common. Read more...
SURGERY. Are the corns on the toes? If so, and you want a permanent solution, to "get rid of them" as you say, you should see a podiatrist to discuss surgery. Regards, Dr. Latva. Read more...