Many cases of ingrown toenails can be successfully treated at home, but if you are someone who gets them over and over, you should see a podiatrist for advice on how to find a permanent solution. Follow our blog for at-home treatment tips and to find out when you should see a doctor.
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5 Ways to Celebrate Women's Health and Fitness Day 2023While health and fitness is important for men and women alike, today, we acknowledge the specific needs women have when it comes to health.
Medical Pedicures Are Safe, Sterile, and Relaxing.We all love a good pedicure, but can you be sure that the health of your feet is protected at a traditional nail salon? Medical pedicures are relaxing and safe.
Self-Care for the Feet: Pamper Your Way to Summer-Ready FeetDid you know that about 50% of women say they are embarrassed by their feet? Learn how to get your feet sandal-ready through self-care and professional help.
Ingrown Toenails: Don't Wait to Seek TreatmentHow do you know when you should get an ingrown toenail treated? What is the treatment for ingrown nails? Dr. Dailey answers these questions and more.