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Ingrown Nails & Nail Surgery

Ingrown nails (onychocryptosis) can be a painful condition where a spike or edge of the nail can irritate and/or pierce the skin and cause infection. Common causes include:

  • Improper cutting technique
  • Nail shape and/or thickness
  • Trauma
  • Ill-fitting footwear

Dependant on the cause of your ingrown nail, treatment may include the surgical removal of the offending nail section, or conservatively where you may be required to attend a number of appointments as a long term treatment option.

If you require nail surgery it is performed under local anaesthetic, does not require stitches, post-op pain is minimal and most people can return to normal activities within a day or two (2).

If you think you may need nail surgery and would like to know more information please call and talk to one of our staff to discuss your options.

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EPark Central Podiatry
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Park Central Podiatry

Suite 112, 4 Hyde Pde,
Campbelltown NSW 2560

Open 6 days / Onsite Parking
Saturdays by Appointment