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Ingrown toenail at WeTreatFeet Podiatry

WeTreatFeet Podiatry is a renowned podiatric medical practice specializing in the treatment of various foot conditions, including the common and often painful problem of ingrown toenails. With a team of highly skilled podiatrists and state-of-the-art facilities, WeTreatFeet Podiatry has established itself as a leading authority in providing effective solutions for this ailment.  Continue reading to explore the expertise and techniques employed by WeTreatFeet Podiatry to treat painful ingrown toenails and alleviate associated discomfort.

Understanding Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails occur when the edges of the nails grow into the surrounding skin, leading to pain, inflammation, and potential infection. This condition can be caused by various factors, such as improper nail trimming, wearing ill-fitting shoes, hereditary predisposition, or sustaining an injury to the toe. While ingrown toenails may initially seem like a minor inconvenience, they can escalate into significant discomfort if left untreated.

Comprehensive Examination and Diagnosis

At WeTreatFeet Podiatry, the first step in addressing ingrown toenails is a thorough examination and diagnosis. Our podiatrists will carefully assess the condition, taking into account the patient’s medical history and any underlying factors that may contribute to the problem. This standard evaluation allows the team to develop personalized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs.

Conservative Treatments

For mild cases of ingrown toenails, WeTreatFeet Podiatry employs conservative treatments that aim to alleviate pain and encourage proper nail growth. These treatments may include soaking the affected toe in warm water, gently lifting the ingrown edge of the nail, and placing a small piece of cotton or dental floss under the nail to promote upward growth. The podiatrists may also provide guidance on appropriate nail trimming techniques and footwear choices to prevent further irritation.

Advanced Procedures

In more severe or recurrent cases of ingrown toenails, WeTreatFeet Podiatry offers advanced procedures to provide long-term relief. One such procedure is a partial nail avulsion, where the problematic portion of the nail is carefully removed to allow healthy regrowth of that nail.  Often, if the nail is growing under the skin, a chemical can be applied that makes a small portion of the nail not regrow.  This minimally invasive procedure is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring patient comfort during the process. WeTreatFeet Podiatry’s skilled podiatrists use their expertise to precisely trim the nail, eliminating the ingrown section, and alleviating the pain.

Post-Treatment Care and Prevention

Following any procedure or treatment for ingrown toenails, WeTreatFeet Podiatry emphasizes the importance of proper post-treatment care and prevention. Patients are provided with detailed instructions on wound care, hygiene practices, and recommended footwear to promote healing and prevent recurrence. Our podiatrists also offer valuable advice on maintaining optimal foot health, including regular check-ups, proper nail trimming techniques, and suitable shoe selection.


When it comes to the treatment of ingrown toenails, WeTreatFeet Podiatry stands out as a premier healthcare provider. With their expertise, state-of-the-art facilities, and personalized approach, our practice offers effective solutions to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and prevent complications associated with this common foot condition. If you are experiencing the discomfort of an ingrown toenail, consult the experts at WeTreatFeet Podiatry for professional care and relief.  Click here for an appointment.

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Disclaimer: The following article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice. Please consult a qualified healthcare professional for personalized diagnosis and treatment.