The specialists for Ingrown Toenail Treatment
Ingrown nails occur when the edges of a nail become embedded under the skin, causing irritation, redness, swelling, pain, inflammation and infection. Ingrown toenails occur in both women and men, and all age groups run the risk of this condition. While our big toes are the most susceptible to this condition, our other toenails and fingernails may also suffer from this condition, with the latter being at a lower risk than the others
Ingrown nails grow to the point where they may pierce the skin on the side of the nail causing wounds, allowing infection to take hold if left untreated. If inadequately treated, this condition may recur overtime. While antibiotics may be used for treating the infection, medication alone will not cure ingrown nails.