Skino Logixs along with its skin and hair testimonies, it aids to help your nail growth in a well-mannered fashion. In order maintain a healthy nail, our clinic engage with the expertise of nail surgery.
Surgical nail removal is usually performed only when a large portion of the nail is diseased and damaged or if your nails are very painful. In some cases, only the diseased portion is removed, not the entire nail. This procedure is rarely needed.
How does it work?
Nail treatment and surgical options are individualized based on the nail condition, extent of disease, type of organism, and medical comorbidities. Patients with factors that predispose to infection, such as uncontrolled diabetes, prior methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aurous infection, and immunosuppression, may require different antibiotics than usually prescribed.
Surgical nail removal can be done for severe or returning fungal nail infections. The entire nail (avulsion) or only part of the nail (debridement) can be removed.
Surgical nail removal is done in our a clinic where the surgeon will give you an injection in the finger or toe to prevent pain to loosen the skin around the nail (nail folds) from the nail and separate the nail from the skin by using a tool under the nail. If only part of the nail is diseased, only the diseased part is removed.
End results expected
There are certain risk factors associated with this procedure wherein they could be treated with expert advice. They include:
Pain, which is a natural outcome of a surgery.
Infection, which can be reduced by keeping the area clean.
Abnormal nail growth, as the nail grows back it may be odd in shape and appearance which could be groomed in meantime.
Apart from risks, the clinic guarantees, the increasing level of likelihood that the infection can be cured. In case of a chronic severe fungal nail infection, the nail matrix destroyed during the removal procedure prevents a diseased or disfigured nail from growing back.