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Ingrown Toenail

What's an ingrown toenail?

An ingrown toenail is a condition where a corner or sharp edge of a toenail grows into the skin near the nail. If not treated, it can cause an infection in the bone of the toe, sores, and heightened pain. It can even lead to an abscess that would need surgery to correct. Those with diabetes need to be extra vigilant to this condition and to seek treatment right away as infections can set in more quickly.

Ingrown toenail Treatment

An ingrown toenail is best treated as early as possible to avoid further symptoms.  We see many patients of all ages for this problem.  It can occur in any toe but is most often a problem of the big toe.  Dr. Richardson is skilled at treating your ingrown toenail and also help identify the cause.

If the toenail has grown deeply into the skin, an x-ray may be needed. We have a new state-of-the-art very low radiation x-ray system on-site to save you time and cost if it's found to be needed.

Call us at 425-658-0658

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9am to 5pm. Friday: 9am to 3pm

 
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Redmond Foot & Ankle is the podiatry clinic of Dr. Amy Richardson. We are a full service podiatry clinic located in the heart of Redmond, Washington. We provide experienced foot and ankle care in a professional and comfortable setting.

Dr. Richardson is board-certified with 18 years of experience.  She uses an individual approach to meet the needs of all her patients, from young children to the more mature. As both a surgeon and clinician, she has solved a diverse range of foot and ankle ailments.

Redmond Foot & Ankle accepts most insurances (see list).  Our clinic is modern, comfortable, and clean. The clinic has a state-of-the-art digital x-ray system on-site that saves our patients time and expense. We also use the latest in 3D digital foot scanners to create precise custom orthotics. We have convenient free easily accessible parking.

Call us at 425-658-0658

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9am to 5pm. Friday: 9am to 3pm