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Apr 1, 2022

[Answer] 1. If persistent and hard to treat, what is the final solution for an ingrown toenail?

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...1. Toe amputation 2. Skin removal 3. Laser treatment 4. Removal by surgery Surgery is the final weapon in the arsenal to deal with a stubborn nail, often one previously requiring monthly chiropody for some time without improvement, before deciding to give up and have the part of all of the nail removed. Being made of keratin, they do regenerate, and using the methods mentioned elsewhere should be able to prevent ingrowing in future. Modern surgery is now often carried out by phenolisation, using phenol to destroy the offending tissue rather than a scalpel, and draining any infection before stitching back.




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Removal by surgery:


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