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  • Ingrown Toenails

    Ingrown toenails are a common condition in which the corner or side of a toenail grows into the soft flesh.

    pain, redness, swelling and, sometimes, an infection

    Soak the foot in warm water 3 to 4 times a day if possible. After soaking, keep the toe dry, Gently massage over the inflamed skin, Place a small piece of cotton or dental floss under the nail. Wet the cotton with water or antiseptic.

    Ingrown toenails are extremely common but rarely get better on their own, says Emma Ashdown, a podiatrist from Surrey. Here, she explains the best ways to treat them.Ingrown toenails are often caused when people cut their toenails incorrectly. You should cut the nail following the contour of the toe, but don’t cut down into the side of the toenail, as this triggers the remaining nail to grow inwards. The toenail should be just level with the end of the fleshy fold.Avoid wearing tight-fitting shoes that put pressure on the nail.To treat an ingrown toenail, soak the foot in warm salt water once a day for five minutes. The water will penetrate deep into the cracks and kill any bacteria, which helps prevent infection.

  • Ingrown Toenails

    Soak the foot in warm water 3 to 4 times a day if possible. After soaking, keep the toe dry, Gently massage over the inflamed skin, Place a small piece of cotton or dental floss under the nail. Wet the cotton with water or antiseptic.

  • Ingrown Toenails

    Ingrown toenails are extremely common but rarely get better on their own, says Emma Ashdown, a podiatrist from Surrey. Here, she explains the best ways to treat them.Ingrown toenails are often caused when people cut their toenails incorrectly. You should cut the nail following the contour of the toe, but don’t cut down into the side of the toenail, as this triggers the remaining nail to grow inwards. The toenail should be just level with the end of the fleshy fold.Avoid wearing tight-fitting shoes that put pressure on the nail.To treat an ingrown toenail, soak the foot in warm salt water once a day for five minutes. The water will penetrate deep into the cracks and kill any bacteria, which helps prevent infection.

 

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