Troubled by ingrown, deformed or painful toenails?
How do I know if nail surgery is required?
If you have an ingrown toenail, nail surgery may not always be necessary. Therefore, we recommend you are seen by one of our clinicians before booking an appointment for either total or partial nail removal. Our clinicians may be able to remove any small spike of the nail that may be ingrowing, causing discomfort and recommend how to avoid further recurrence.
However, in some cases of involuted or ingrown toenails, nail surgery may be the best option as a permanent solution to the ongoing and future ingrown or fungal toenail problems. Please consult with one of our clinicians for further advice by booking an initial appointment below.
Advanced toenail removal, personal service
For some ingrown toenail problems, nail surgery as either partial or total nail avulsion (removal) is the best option. At We Fix Feet, our aim is to make the process as comfortable and painless as possible with the use of local anaesthetic. We also aim to minimise any potential discomfort you might experience after the procedure.
Our clinicians are highly experienced at working with clients who may be nervous about nail surgery. We’ll start by completing a thorough assessment to ensure that you benefit from the most appropriate type of surgery. We’re happy to respond to any concerns or questions you may have about your procedure. Because we treat each client as an individual, you can be sure that you’ll receive the highest level of care from start to finish.
Our nail surgery package includes the nail surgery appointment, plus three subsequent redressing appointments. The cost will vary according to the level of surgery and the number of affected toes. Please contact our clinics in Beeston and Ilkeston for more information.