Ingrown Toenail Treatment in Thailand

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Chartier clinic
5.0

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Today I did the fat reduction injection at Chartier Clinic @Central festival pattaya beach 4 flool. I got a great service from Chartier clinic. Thanks a lot for take care me today.I will come back again for sure!!

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Healthy Skin Clinic
5.0

From 121 verified reviews

Emely Rizzo, 16 November 2020

Healthy skin clinic gave me healthy skin🥰 the dermatologist is absolutely exceptional. She is warm, understanding, and honest. Really took the time to understand the best course of action and was really helpful. She was also adamant on ensuring that I was comfortable and happy with everything. Flew all the way from Australia and I would do it again.

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Apex Medical Center, Phuket (Bypass road)
5.0

From 8 verified reviews

Toi Gleaton, 11 December 2020

The customer service is really great, helpful and efficient. The place is modern and clean, and the service is beyond expectations. I can tell that the CoolSculpting procedure I got was performed with great skill, accuracy, and compassion. Would definitely recommend others to come here!

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Apex Profound Beauty, Pattaya Klang
5.0

From 5 verified reviews

Krysten Sauls, 10 December 2020

Everyone couldn't have been nicer or more professional. The doctor and staff are so lovely from my first appointment. They explained everything about the treatment and aftercare thoroughly. Covid-19 measures are fully in place as well, so I felt so safe. I'd go back for more treatments in the future!

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Sarinya Clinic
4.6

From 20 verified reviews

Elenor Streett, 07 December 2020

Incredible as always! Been to this clinic twice and each time I feel so welcomed and relaxed. Staff are friendly and professional. The doctor is completely honest about what you do and don't need. She gives the best advice and knows her stuff. I've always been happy with the results. The clinic was so clean and tidy to a high standard.

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Apex Medical Center, Ploenchit
5.0

From 2 verified reviews

Sally McGee, 09 January 2021

Love the staff here, really looked affter me and made me feel at ease. Definitely coming back for more thermage, highly recommend

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Apex Profound Beauty, The Emporium

Apex Profound Beauty, The Emporium, located in Khlong Toei, Bangkok, Thailand offers patients Acne Scar Treatment procedures among its total of 9 available procedures, across 3 different specialties. The cost of a Acne Scar Treatment procedure ranges from ฿2,500 to ฿2,500, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿2,966. All procedures and treatments are undertaken by just a small team of specialists, with 3 in total at the Clinic, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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Apex Hair Center, Fashion Island

Apex Hair Center, Fashion Island, located in Khan Na Yao, Bangkok, Thailand offers patients Acne Scar Treatment procedures among its total of 9 available procedures, across 3 different specialties. The cost of a Acne Scar Treatment procedure ranges from ฿2,500 to ฿2,500, whilst the national average price is approximately ฿2,966. There is currently a lack of information available on the specialists practicing at the Clinic, and they are not accredited by any recognized accreditations institutes

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ProDerma
4.4

From 59 verified reviews

Kira Denner, 28 November 2020

My treatment was incredible... what lovely team! the doctor is very knowledgeable, professional, and reassuring. they give me good advice regarding my problematic skin issues. the result is, of course, very excellent. my acne is clearing up, slowly but sure. Experienced lots of improvements since my first acne treatment here, and i feel very confident now!

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Rattinan Clinic
4.8

From 70 verified reviews

Nam Swigert, 30 November 2020

Overly happy with the results of my treatment. The clinic is clean and well-maintained. The surgeon and staff were all cheerful and friendly, and very professional. You can tell that they really care about you and passionate about what they do! They are very informative and focused on patient care and healing. Thankyou Rattinan Clinic🤗🤗 for anyone looking for a place to undergo cosmetic/plastic treatment in Bangkok, you should really give them a try.

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What you need to know about Ingrown Toenail Treatment in Thailand

Ingrown Toenail Treatment Options

An ingrown toenail, also known as onychocryptosis, is a condition that occurs when the edge of the nail grows into the skin of the toe. It can result in swelling, pain, and redness. Sometimes, you can take care of ingrown toenails on your own. However, if the pain is spreading or severe, you may need medical treatments. You may also want to promptly seek medical treatments if you have diabetes, a compromised immune system, or poor circulation.

The treatment option for ingrown toenail may include lifting the nail, removing some of the nail (partial nail removal), and removing all of the nail and tissue (total nail removal). The type of treatment you will undergo depends on your specific condition.

What does the Procedure Involve?

Lifting the nail

If your problem is mild, meaning the nail is only slightly ingrown and there is no pus, your doctor may be able to carefully lift the edge of the ingrown nail and place a splint, dental floss, or cotton under it. The splint, dental floss, or cotton will set the nail in a new position, separating the nail from the overlying skin and helping it to grow above the skin.

Partial nail removal

Partial nail removal may be needed for a more severe ingrown toenail. This means that there’s redness, pain, and pus.

During partial nail removal, your doctor will cut away the sides of the nail so that the edges are completely straight. Then, a piece of cotton or a splint is placed under the remaining portion of the nail in order to stop the ingrown toenail from recurring. In some cases, your doctor may also use a compound called phenol to treat your toe. Phenol can keep the nail from growing back.

Total nail removal

If you experience ingrown toenails repeatedly on the same toe or if your ingrown toenail is caused by thickening, your doctor may remove your whole nail along with the underlying tissue (nail bed).

To start the procedure, your doctor will loosen the skin around and from the nail. Then, the nail is separated from the skin by using a special tool under the nail. Your doctor may use a laser, a chemical, or other methods to remove the nail.

All procedures are performed under local anesthesia, which is injected directly into the toe. With local anesthesia, you will be awake but your toe will be numbed, so you will not feel anything throughout the procedure.

MyMediTravel currently lists facilities in Thailand offering Ingrown Toenail Treatment procedures - see above for the complete list, along with estimated prices. The price of a Ingrown Toenail Treatment can vary according to each individual’s case and will be determined based on your medical profile and an in-person assessment with the specialist. For a personalized quoteClick Here to submit your details

How Long Should I Stay in Thailand?

You are allowed to leave the hospital on the same day of your ingrown toenail treatment. However, it is recommended that you stay in Thailand for a few days following the surgery, at least 3 days, to let your toenail to recover before you travel home. It may be uncomfortable for you to travel long distances during your initial recovery time.

What's the Recovery Time?

Recovery can be different for everyone. On average, it takes about four to six weeks to heal after partial nail removal and around 10 to 12 weeks after total nail removal. During the recovery time, you should be able to walk and carry on your life as normal after 3 days of rest. However, you need to avoid strenuous activities, including running and jumping for 2 weeks. It is also advisable that you avoid taking part in sports activities and dancing until you have fully healed.

What About Aftercare?

Your doctor will give you specific aftercare instructions, which may include:

  • If your doctor gives you pain reliever make sure to take it as directed. Your doctor may also give you oral or topical Medication (antibiotics) which helps get rid of the infection.

  • Keep your foot raised for a day or two to allow your toe to heal properly.

  • Wear special footwear for the first few days. Then, you can slowly start wearing sandals or open-toed shoes until the area feels better.

  • Avoid picking at the wound.

  • Keep the wound clean and dry, except when cleaning the area or showering.

  • Soak your toenails with salt water daily.

What's the Success Rate?

Ingrown toenail treatment is a safe procedure. According to the National Health Services (NHS), partial nail removal is 98% effective in preventing future ingrown toenails. It is important, however, to remember that every type of surgery carries some possible risks, such as toenail deformity, infection, and anesthesia complications. Serious complications are typically rare and untreated ingrown toenails carry a much higher risk of complications.

Are there Alternatives to Ingrown Toenail Treatment?

If your ingrown toenail is not infected, you should be able to treat it with home remedies, such as keeping your feet dry, soaking your feet in warm water, using a wedge to lift your nail and apply antibiotic creams. However, if your ingrown toenail is infected, there’s no alternative than to get the medical treatments mentioned above.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Before ingrown toenail treatment, you may experience swelling, tenderness, hardness, redness, bleeding, pain, and pus coming out of your toe. In some cases, the condition can be serious and cause an infection in the bone, leading to foot ulcers and tissue decay at the site. After treatment, all of the painful symptoms you experience before will be relieved and the chance of the condition to complicate will be reduced.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers. This content was last updated on 15/09/2020.

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