Review: Clinical management of ingrown toenail

02/23/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

A review of the clinical management of ingrown toenails recommends conservative therapy for mild to moderate cases, including foot soaks and the use of topical antibiotics or steroids. If conservative therapy fails in cases of moderate to severe onychocryptosis, surgical treatments may be needed, such as partial nail avulsion or complete nail excision with or without phenolization.

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