Corona Podiatrist Tips: Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown Toenail Doctor

Are you suffering from ingrown toenails?

Are you allowing your pedicure lady to treat your ingrown toenail?

Are you aware you could get an infection and possibly face losing your toe? – Yes amputation!

You’ve probably read my page on ingrown toenails, ouch! I wanted to write another article because so many of my patients suffer from it and wait for years to get their ingrown toenails treated – suffering in the meantime.  I’m talking about the nails that you keep getting dug out at the nail salon or you keep digging out at home. How many of you have experienced that?

For years, you have to dig at the corners of your toenails to get the ingrown out otherwise it’s so painful in your dress shoes.
Do you know how many patients have told me that they wish they had their ingrown toenails removed 10 years ago? A lot!

Let me ask you a few questions:

  1. Do you have that aggravating, annoying, mildly ingrowing toenail?
  2. Do you want to get rid of the ritual of constantly digging away at your toes?
  3. Are you digging at the toenail, so it never gets infected or swollen because you try and stay ahead of it by cutting it out?
  4. If you said YES to any of the above questions, PLEASE let me help you!

The procedure to remove ingrown toenails takes 5-10 minutes, maximum! It will be the best 5-10 minutes you will invest in your life. Imagine no more digging, no more changing your shoes because your toenails hurt. Imagine not being afraid to be stepped on at parties or when out dancing. Imagine being free of pain and worry! Make an appointment today!

Doctor Arti Amin

Dr. Arti C. Amin is a board-certified Podiatrist who specializes in the conservative and surgical management of the foot and ankle, including wound management. After earning a bachelor’s degree in Biology from UC Irvine, Dr. Amin earned her podiatric medical degree from the California College of Podiatric Medicine. She completed her surgical residency training at Bellwood General Hospital and Bellflower Medical Center in Bellflower, California. She currently is a diplomat of the Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry in the treatment and prevention of diabetic foot ulcers and board qualified in Primary Podiatric Medicine and Foot and Ankle Surgery. She is also an associate professor at Western University, Pomona.