Whether you’ve been dealing with a nasty fungal nail for a while, or your toenails insist on becoming ingrown despite all your efforts to prevent it, there’s something you should know:
You don’t have to keep living with toenails that interfere with your daily activities and hold you back from doing the things you love!
In fact, if your toenails are giving you grief, the best thing you can do is seek professional treatment as soon as possible. While fungal nails are highly contagious and often difficult to get rid of, recurring ingrown toenails are usually caused by underlying issues that also need to be addressed in order to prevent toenails from going wayward in the future.
And the good news is we provide solutions to a wide range of toenail problems right here at our office – from topical medications, to surgery, and even advanced treatments like Hyper Blue laser therapy for those stubborn cases of fungal nail infection.
Treatments for Ingrown Toenails
When it comes to treating ingrown toenails, many of us are able to resolve the problem using at-home remedies, like foot soaks, or simply letting the situation take its course. If these methods work well for you, and you don’t consistently experience ingrown toenails, then great!
But this is not always the case for patients who have abnormal foot structures which make them more prone to developing ingrown toenails in the first place. At-home remedies will often fail to work – and when this is the case, toenails will consistently become ingrown without professional intervention.
This, of course, does not mean your nails cannot become infected again during treatment – if you have toenails, there is always a chance of infection. So it’s important that you take measures to avoid coming into contact with contaminated surfaces and environments both during and after treatment.
You can easily do this by wearing sandals or shower shoes when walking in public areas, like locker rooms and pool decks, as well as washing and drying your feet thoroughly every day and alternating between pairs of shoes to allow enough time for them to dry out completely.
Don’t Delay Treatment – Contact Us Today!
Sometimes, toenail issues can be frustrating, especially after so many failed attempts to get rid of them. Though it can certainly be difficult to treat infected and ingrown toenails, it’s not impossible! And getting treatment sooner rather than later will make the whole process much easier.
With the right treatment and the right foot care habits, you can finally be proud of how your toes look and feel. All you have to do is give our office a call at (281) 292-7000 to schedule an appointment today. Our online contact form is also available at all times, if you prefer to reach us through our website.
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