How to get rid of ingrown toenail, with the least pain?

See a Podiatrist. I woulld recommend seeing a podiatrist. The procedure to remove an ingrown toenail is done everyday by a podiatrist. The procedure is usually painless and provides immediate relief. I would not recommend bathroom surgery to remove the ingrown toenail.
Nail care. The ingrown part of the nail is not always visible. Try soaking your foot in warm water, removal of embedded debris from the nail borders, and applying an antibiotic ointment to temporarily soften the corners. If you have redness and drainage, get it looked at by a professional, as you may need to have the ingrown nail border removed.

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Any advice on how to get rid of ingrown toenail?

See below. See a podiatrist so the ingrown can be removed permanently. Read more...
It may hurt, but... There is a small piece of nail still embedded in the corner. You need to get that out. Soak to soften the area and try to get it free. If you can't get it out on your own, a podiatrist can. Sometimes this can be done without numbing the toe, but often, anesthesia is necessary. If it is a chronic condition, there is a very successful surgery that can be done to permanently correct the problem. Read more...

What is best way to get rid of ingrown toenail without medical assistance?

Needs treatment. An ingrown toenail is caused by a nail spicule grownig into the skin. This piece of nail must be removed in order for the nail to heal. In many cases the spicule is in the back or middle of the nail border. If this is the case it would be very difficult and painful for you to try and remove yourself. You can even make it worse if the you do not get out all of the nail spicule. See a podiatrist. Read more...
See below. As long as there is no infection i would soak the toe in luke warm water with a mild liquid detergent. Dry the area and using a cuticle stick see if you can lift the piece of nail and pack a small piece of cotton under it. Apply some antiseptic and bandaid. You may be able to get the nail to grow out but monitor for any signs of infection. Read more...

How do you get rid of ingrown toenails?

Ingrown toenails. They can be treated surgically and then the offending portion of the nail (at the base) treated so that it doesn't grow back. Its best not to get them in the first place - buy a pair of trimmers specific for toenails - the curve is different than fingernail clippers. Avoid trimming too close which leaves a little spike that causes the ingrowning. Read more...
See a Podiatrist. Ingrown toenails can sometimes managed by cutting the toenails strait across. The best treatment is to see a podiatrist and have the ingrown toenail removed and the nail bed destroyed so it cannot recur. Read more...
In office procedure . Ingrown toenails are easily resolved via an in office procedure where the toe is numbed and the offending border(s) removed. In some cases a permanent correction can be performed. Read more...
Minor surgery. It requires local anesthesia & then the piece of nail is removed & a chemical is used to cauterize tissue so the nail does not grow back. Read more...