Excision of nail and nail matrix

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What is an Excision of Nail and Nail Matrix?

An Excision of Nail and Nail Matrix is a surgical procedure in which a portion of the toenail, or fingernail, and the underlying nail matrix is removed.

Why would I get an Excision of Nail and Nail Matrix?

This procedure is typically used to treat conditions such as ingrown toenails, nail infections, or the overgrowth of nails that can cause pain or interfere with daily activities.

What happens during an Excision of Nail and Nail Matrix?

This procedure is done under local anesthesia and typically can be done in an outpatient setting. The surgeon will use a scalpel to remove the nail and nail matrix, and then bandage the area.

What to Expect after an Excision of Nail and Nail Matrix?

After the procedure, you may experience some swelling and pain. You will likely be prescribed antibiotics and pain medication. The area may need to be bandaged for several days, and the toe may need to be elevated.

Conclusion

An Excision of Nail and Nail Matrix is a procedure that can help to treat conditions such as ingrown toenails or nail infections. This procedure is done in an outpatient setting and typically under local anaesthesia. After the procedure there may be some swelling and pain, for which you will be prescribed pain medication and antibiotics. The area may need to be bandaged for several days.

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