Ingrown and Involuted (curved) Toenails
Ingrown nails can drive even the most hardened person to wince. They become painful quickly, often including infection and therefore, pus is involved. These are generally the result of badly cut nails, leading to a ‘spike’ at the very edge, which then grows into the skin fold on the side of the nails. An Involuted nail is a ‘very curved’ nail which usually isn’t ingrown / breaking the skin, but can create thicker skin underneath the nail edge, causing pressure at a sensitive part of the toe and so can be a painful condition too.
We were the first in the UK to offer magnetic bracing – near invisible braces to help with either of these common nail problems.
What happens at a session?
Your suitability for which procedure is discussed, as well as upcoming events in your diary and considerations for a treatment plan. More than one session is usually required as we are encouraging the body to a new growth pathway.
The Conservative Method
The nail is professionally prepared to maximise recommended at-home treatment.
Which treatment is right for me?
Is fast and simple to apply