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Toenail Problems

It may cause swelling, throbbing pain, and inflamed skin when the side or corner of your toenail curves down into the surrounding soft skin. This common condition can eventually trigger more complicated health problems.

  • Leaving it could lead to an infection around the toenail, worsening pain, and a fever.

  • We suggest taking care of the issue sooner rather than later, especially if you have peripheral vascular disease, diabetes, or another condition that causes poor blood flow to your feet. Should your case be severe, we may suggest removal or a surgical procedure.

  • Severe pain in your toe, a discharge, and inflamed skin that seems to be spreading indicate you require the high-quality, personalised ingrown toenail treatment we provide to reduce the discomfort and prevent complications.

  • Consider making an appointment if your toe feels warm or hot, you have trouble walking, or your skin is red and either hardened, overgrown or too soft. Our services for an ingrown Toenail in Sydney are expansive, caring and thorough.

We dedicate ourselves to maintaining leg and foot health, preventing escalating health concerns, and delivering ongoing, outcome-focused care to patients across New South Wales.

Non Surgical Ingrown Toe Solutions

An ingrowing toenail can frequently heal without surgery. We can remedy minor ingrown toenails by gently taking the nail out  and cutting it correctly so it can no longer puncture the skin.

  • Our experienced podiatrist can remove either part of or the entire nail in a minor ingrown toenail surgery. The partial process might entail numbing the toe, cutting the sides of the toenail away, and making the remaining nail completely straight.
  • We may put a substance under the edges of the leftover nail to stop it from growing back and treat the toe with disinfectants and antiseptics.
  • Should we decide that the best course of action is to remove the entire toenail, we may remove it and the nail bed to prevent the nail from growing back, then prescribe antibiotics and rest for a full recovery.

We invite people with persistent foot problems, diabetes, poor blood circulation or nerve damage in their foot or leg to visit us regularly for nail care and check-ups.