Nail surgery is a minor surgical procedure to remove part or all of a problematic toenail. Toenail surgery is performed under local anaesthetic and a chemical called Phenol is normally applied to the nail bed to prevent nail regrowth. If you are only having a part of your nail removed, Phenol is only applied to that part of the nail bed. This means that when your toe has healed from the Nail Surgery, the main part of your nail should continue to grow as normal.
We perform the same Nail Surgery procedure as that carried out by the NHS. However, being treated at a private practice means we can arrange your nail surgery for a date that is convenient for you. Your procedure will be performed by a fully qualified podiatrist, in one of our comfortable clinic rooms. We will arrange to see you for follow up appointments and provide you with all the dressings you require, as part of your treatment package.