Best Ingrown Toenail Surgery in Delhi | Toenail Treatment Cost in India

Ingrown Toenails

Nails have a whole other importance in the world of fashion and art. People take so much care of their nails these days, especially women, and spend a lot of money to make them look attractive and beautiful. But there are some problems associated with growing nails also.

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Ingrown Toenail Surgery in Delhi

Sometimes the edges of nails grow into the skin, causing pain and sometimes infection also. Toe has a much bigger nail and is more likely to get the ingrown nail condition. Ingrown nails need to be treated early, initial stages if possible since the symptoms become much worse later. Early symptoms involve little pain with swollen skin around the nail, which extends to bleeding and oozing pus if not treated timely. For the best toenail surgery in Delhi, please feel free to visit Dadu Medical Centre. 

 

What are the causes of ingrown toenails?

The causes of ingrown toenails as suggested by the best dermatosurgeons in Delhi are listed below

  • The probability of affecting both males and females are equal, but those with moisture and sweat inside shoes cause the skin to become soft, and it is more likely to develop ingrown toenail condition in that situation.
  • Among many other reasons for ingrown toenails, aging is unavoidable and very commonly observed as the toenail grows thicker in old age that has higher chances of growing into the skin.
  • Wearing extremely tight footwear that puts pressure on toes besides generating sweat inside shoes, making them moisturized.
  • Cutting the nails incorrectly or in irregular shape may make the edges of the nail grow into adjacent skin leading to ingrown toenails condition.
  • Sometimes there is discrepancy between too wide nail plate and too narrow nail bed
  • In some cases, injuries in toenails may develop into ingrown toenails later, especially among football players and the athletes with more footwork, thus putting pressure on them for a long time.
  • Infection (majorly the fungal infection) may make the skin near nails more prone to ingrowths of the nail.
  • Diabetic people, if they get an ingrown toenail condition, are more likely to get an extreme level of infection and should immediately consult a doctor without delay.

 

Diagnosis of ingrown toenails

Consulting the best dermatosurgeon in Delhi regarding the condition is helpful to treat the ingrown toenail correctly without any complication and further risks of infections. The dermatosurgeons in Delhi at Dadu Medical Centre first examine the infected toenail and then decide on the type of treatment to be performed accordingly.

Ingrown Toenail Surgery in Delhi

What is the best Ingrown Toenails Treatment in Delhi?

There are several ingrown toenail treatments in Delhi available, but surgical treatment is considered the most effective. In the ingrown toenail surgery in Delhi, the nail is removed from the portion it has grown into the skin. The toe is numb beforehand by the doctor via Local anesthesia. The nail is then cut out from the edges that extend into the skin. The nails are made into round shapes around the edges. Sometimes partial nail avulsion is done if a nail is growing inside the skin from one specific region or total nail avulsion is done if it penetrates the skin from both the edges, says the best dermatosurgeon in Delhi. 

 

Nails are also treated with phenol at the edges so that the nail does not grow again from that region. In some extreme cases of ingrown toenails, the nail may need to be removed totally by the procedure called matrixectomy.

How much does ingrown toenail surgery cost in Delhi?

The ingrown toenail surgery is a very affordable treatment. The cost of ingrown toenail surgery can vary depending on the extent of the problem as well as the qualification and experience of the dermatologist. To know the cost of the best-ingrown treatment in Delhi, please feel free to visit Dadu Medical Centre.

 

What are the precautions to follow after Ingrown Toenail Treatment?

Several precautions are needed to be taken after surgery for full recovery of the toenail from infection as per the guidelines shared by the best skin specialist in Delhi. The toe is covered with a sterilized bandage after surgery which needs to be changed after 2 days according to the condition of the toe, or it can be removed if the toe seems to be healed after 2 days. The foot should rest in a little raised position to allow quicker healing.

Dr. Nivedita Dadu, the best dermatologist in Delhi, suggests wearing an open-toe shoe for a few days to avoid further trauma. Along with some pain-relieving medications, antibiotics are also provided. Nail avulsion is removal of the nail plate may be complete or partial. If done alone the nail plate grows back after a certain time duration.


Whereas in matrixectomy it is the destruction of the nail matrix which regenerates the nail plate. If matrixectomy is combined with nail avulsion then there is no regrowth and permanent nail loss.


In case the ingrown toenails are at the initial stage only, the patient can also treat the condition with some home remedies suggested by the skin specialists in Delhi, like

  • Soaking the feet in warm water for some time and cutting out the extended nail (if not infected yet). 
  • Avoiding tight footwear and applying topical antibiotics to prevent infection can be useful sometimes. If these home remedies do not work after continuing for a few days, then the patient should consult the doctor without delay.
  • Taping: Elastic Adhesive tape is used. Patients are advised to continue taping until the lateral nail edge is exposed which requires 4-8 weeks.

To get the best-ingrown toenails treatment in Delhi, one can visit Dadu Medical Centre and get safe and effective results.

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