Causes of Ingrown Nails

Ingrown nails are one of the most common problems that a podiatrist sees. Not only is an ingrown toenail painful to deal with but it is not uncommon for ingrown nails to become a recurring problem. When it comes to ingrown toenails, prevention is the best medicine. Let’s talk about some common causes of ingrown nails and what you can do about them.

If you do have an ingrown toenail then gpo see your local podiatrist. You will be surprised how easily they can make your toe pain free in just one visit!

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