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Podiatrist, Dr. Suzanne Levine states, "the best way to deal with an ingrown toenail is to keep one from forming in the first place. Unlike fingernails, which you can shape however you want to (be they square, oval, “squoval,” stiletto, whatever), toenails should have one shape and one shape only: straight across. Rounding the edges, or the ‘corners’ of your nails, or cutting your nail too short can lead to ingrown toenails.  If you’re squeezing your feet into too-small shoes, you’re basically asking for ingrown nails. Keep an eye on your big toes, which is where they most often appear. If your ingrown nail begins to look swollen, red, or generally inflamed, it’s time to call in a podiatrist, because at that point, you might need surgery."  
 
At our Toronto foot clinic, Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics we see a lot of cases of ingrown toenails and we have a very high success rate of treating them conservatively and when necessary with surgery.  One of the things that sets our Toronto foot clinic apart from others is that we use a computerized device called the wand which allows for painless injections and therefore a painless surgery.  
 
If you or a loved one requires honest, competent advice, foot care or custom orthotics then look no further than Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics.  
 
Brought to you by Dr. John A. Hardy, owner of Academy Foot and Orthotic Clinics.
 

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Academy Clinics has a special interest in high quality custom orthotics.

 

416-465-8737

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