Category: Toenail conditions

Ingrown Toenails Have No Boundaries

Ingrown Toenails form as a result of a toenail, most often of the big toe, digging into the surrounding skin to cause pain and inflammation. When the nail breaks the skin, bacteria can enter the wound, making the area susceptible to infections. When nails are allowed to grow too deep into the skin, complications can […]

Calluses Have Thick Skin

Calluses are triggered by recurrent stress on the skin of the foot, which causes the skin to perish and leave behind a hard surface. These pressures are usually from wearing inadequately fitted shoes or a deformity of the skin that creates this build-up. Calluses that develop on the feet can become painful and are usually […]