Services We Provide:
Ingrown toenail removal
Ingrown toenail prevention
Treatment to prevent a recurrence
Surgery in chronic or severe cases
Tenderness to either side of the toenail
Redness and swelling around the toenail
Foul odor, drainage
Toenails are unusually curved
Having toenails cut too short or not straight across
Wearing shoes that overcrowd the toenails
Wear appropriately-sized footwear with a wide toe box
Keep toenails trimmed to length, ensure to cut straight across
Avoid digging within the deeper crevices of the nail borders, this can lead to infection
Washing feet daily
I've been here 3 or 4 times now each time seeing Dr. Rowe, (apologies if I spelt the name wrong!) Anyway, after having gone to a previous podiatrist who gave me nerve issues with my toe I was very nervous about getting the same procedure done. Dr. Rowe was straight to the point and explained everything very thorough. Her method of the ingrown toenail procedure was far better than any other podiatrist I've gone to. She did my procedures 3 separate occasions and each time I got a better result. My healing time was much faster with her methods as well. My last visit was this week hopefully my last cuz man they hurt! Anyway, we did the procedure one more time and I have to say a big thank you! This has been the fastest and painless healing I've had yet! Definitely recommend Dr. Rowe, her work is great!
Antibiotics or Steroid Creams can help prevent infections. See a Podiatrist if the pain continues or you find it difficult to walk because of the ingrown toenail.
Types of Surgical Procedures
Wedge Resection is also known as a Partial Nail Avulsion. This is a procedure that involves partially removing the toenail. It helps prevent the nail from going into the skin.
Seen Dr Olalemi. She seen me for ingrown toenail. She treated me with respect and helped me with the pain I was having on my toes. I will definitely be returning to this office. The entire staff was great. Office looked amazing and had coffee and treats for you in the waiting area.
Frequently Asked Questions
(For Surgical Procedures)
Is the procedure painful?
No, you should feel comfortable after the anesthetic injection. You may feel pain when the numbing medication goes away.
Will I be asleep?
No, local Anesthetic (you are awake) injection is usually performed. After a few hours, the
numbness should wear off.
When will I be able to go back to work?
In the case of surgical procedures, you can return to work depending on your comfort level.
Approximately 1-2 weeks.