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Treatment For Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails are a common condition in which the corners of the toenails grow into the flesh of the toe, usually causing pain. Some people also suffer with involuted toenails, where the nail has a pronounced curve, causing the sides to dig into the grooves of the nail bed. Do you struggle with one of these conditions?

Don't worry - we can help! We now offer Onyfix - a painless and non-invasive treatment for correction of ingrown and involuted toenails. This personalised treatment helps to naturally reshape your nail as it grows.

At least one thin band of Onyfix is applied onto the nail, training it to grow straight. This provides immediate pain relief and a permanent solution to ingrown and involuted nails - usually within 2-3 months, but in some cases it may take slightly longer.

Your Onyfix specialist will monitor the progress as your nail grows, and can add additional bands if needed. At the end of the treatment, the bands will be removed, and the nail will continue to grow naturally in the corrected position.

This treatment is revolutionary because it is completely non-invasive and pain-free, and it gives a permanent solution. It’s also 100% safe, so even children, high risk, and diabetic patients are able to have it, plus there is no recovery time needed - you can go straight back to wearing normal shoes and resuming daily activities. You can even go swimming and wear nail polish with Onyfix!

Perhaps you’re wondering if there’s anything that would stop you from being able to have this treatment? If you have any infection or fungus in your toenail, it would have to be fully treated and healed first (we can help with that!), or if you have bruised or cancerous nails that would probably mean Onyfix can’t be used. Additionally, if the toenail is detached from the nail bed, this treatment won’t be possible.

If you have any questions or would like advice or to book a consultation/treatment, please email us on or call us on 01903 532159.

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