Hurst Podiatry Blog

What will the nail look like after?

In most cases, you won’t even be able to tell the procedure was done.

We try and remove as little nail as possible. We want to ensure that there are no future ingrown toenails, but if we can avoid removing the whole nail we will.

After the procedure the wound will heal from the bottom up and the gap left from the absent nail will just be filled in by skin leaving a normal looking nail.

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