The toenails removal is necessary when toenails build up becomes impacted.
An ingrown toenail surgery is generally safe and effective. If you have a partial toenail removal, your may grow back in approximately three to four months. If you had your toenail totally removal, regrowth can take up to a year. The nail that grows back will be thinner then it was before. There's also a good chance that it won't grow back and your toenail bed will heal fine without it.
However, there are potential complication, such as infection, which is possible after any surgery. Your doctor will give you wound care instructions to help prevent infection.
Wile uncommon, it's also possible for the doctor to damage deeper parts of the nail bed during surgery. This could cause drainage and poor healing.
Even after surgery, your toenail can become ingrown again. Sometime this is because the new nail can grow in curved. An ingrown toenail can also come back if you continue wearing poorly fitting shoes, or if your toenail naturally grows in a curved directions.
Symptoms Of Ingrown Toenails
Common symptoms of ingrown toenails include:
-Pain around your toenail edges
-Build up of fluid and thickening in the skin around your toenail
-Redness and swelling around your toenail
-Infection with draining pus around the toenail.
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