What is an Ingrown toenail ? An Ingrown toenail is a common form of nail disease. It is an often painful condition in which the nail grows so that it cuts into one or both sides of the paronychium or nail bed. While ingrown nails can occur in the nails of both the hands and the feet, they occur most commonly with the toenails (as opposed to fingernails), and for the most part are only problematic and painful on the big toe.
Symptoms of an ingrown nail include pain along the margins of the nail (caused by hypergranulation that occurs around the aforementioned margins), worsening of pain when wearing tight footwear, and sensitivity to pressure of any kind, even the weight of bedsheets. Bumping of an affected toe can produce sharp and even excruciating pain as the tissue is punctured further by the nail. By the very nature of the condition, ingrown nails become easily infected unless special care is taken early to treat the condition by keeping the area clean. Signs of infection include redness and swelling of the area around the nail, drainage of pus and watery discharge tinged with blood. The main symptom is swelling at the base of the nail on the ingrowing side (though it may be both sides).
We have seen many people who have been uncomfortable with ingrown toenails for many years. So we have studied a lot of hard work and methods to solve it, and have treated many ingrown toenails. Many of our customers were happy with the results and we became convinced of our method. Now we are proud to launch this service to help many customers.
Many people ask questions
1. How to do and is it safe?
It is a way to help the nails grow in the right direction. You do not have to worry about that because it is a painless and safe way.(This is not a medical act like surgery.) As soon as the treatment is over, you can feel comfortable with your feet and check the results.
2. How many treatments are needed Usually one to three treatments is sufficient. (If you do not have fungal nails or Onycholysis)
3. How long does the procedure take? It takes about 30~45 minutes per toe.
Things you should know before booking
1. People with severe inflammation, diabetes, or other diseases of concern may have limited service. 2. In the case of very severe ingrown toenails, three or more Treatments may be required
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Treatment for Ingrown nails (each) $40+ Treatment for Damaged nails (each) $40+