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NON-SURGICAL INGROWN
NAIL REMOVAL

Non-surgical ingrown nail removal technique offers several benefits compared to surgical method. This procedure involves less pain and discomfort compared to surgical procedure, which often require anesthesia and recovery time. It is a quick procedure and typically cause minimal disruption to the surrounding tissue therefore makes a faster return to regular activities.

 

It's important to note that the choice between surgical and non-surgical ingrown nail removal method should be based on the severity of the condition, the patient's overall health, and the recommendation of a medical professional, thus in some cases, surgical intervention might be necessary. We will only perform a non-surgical procedure if is suitable for you.

To finish the treatment, an innovative dressing will be applied to the area for a fast recovery. Ag Silver Dressing is a highly absorbent, antimicrobial wound dressing with an ionic silver complex to provide antimicrobial protection. The LIGASANO® wound cleaning sponge reduces the pressure on the wound, promotes the local blood flow and activates self-cleaning, while ProntoMan® Gel offers protection against multi-resistant pathogens (MRSA). The dressing should be on for 48hrs, avoiding contact with water. Follow up consultation will be advised.

Typically, the healing process commences after an initial assessment, though it's important to note that this is not universally guaranteed in every case. If swelling and infection persist after the initial removal, it suggests that there may be remaining elements requiring further extraction. In such instances, additional removal procedures may be necessary.

 

For urgent assistance we can arrange to see you within 48hrs, surcharge applies.

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We will only recommend a non-surgical procedure if it is deemed suitable for your situation. The images depict a swift recovery following the successful removal of the problematic nail segment. The second image was captured only two days after the procedure.

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photos showing: the progress of the recovery, using bracing technique to lift the corner of the nail

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