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Say Goodbye to Persistent Ingrown Toenails with Partial Nail Avulsion

Ingrown toenails are a common yet painful condition that can persist despite home treatments. When an ingrown toenail keeps recurring, it can significantly impact your daily life. One effective solution to this problem is Partial Nail Avulsion (PNA), a minor surgical procedure that can provide long-term relief.

How Partial Nail Avulsion Helps

Partial Nail Avulsion involves removing a portion of the toenail to prevent it from growing into the skin. During the procedure, a chiropodist will carefully remove the problematic section of the nail under local anesthesia. In some cases, a chemical agent is applied to the nail bed to prevent regrowth of the ingrown portion.

The benefits of PNA include:

Long-term Relief: By targeting the root of the problem, PNA provides a lasting solution.

Minimally Invasive: The procedure is quick and performed under local anesthesia, minimizing discomfort.

Quick Recovery: Most patients return to normal activities within a few days.

Trusted Care at Waterloo Foot Clinic and Waterloo Foot Clinic Uptown

When it comes to ingrown toenail surgery, the expertise of the practitioner is crucial. Waterloo Foot Clinic and Waterloo Foot Clinic Uptown are renowned for offering the most reliable ingrown nail surgery in the region. The experienced chiropodists at these clinics are skilled in performing Partial Nail Avulsion, ensuring the best possible outcomes for their patients.

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