Welcome to Essex Union Podiatry.

Welcome to Essex Union Podiatry.

973-376-8210

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Ingrown Toenail Removal

New Jersey Ingrown Toenail Doctors

Meet ingrown toenail specialists Dr. Sarah Haller, Dr. Jason Galante, and Dr. Kaitlyn Testa. 

Ingrown Toenail Doctors in New Jersey

Ingrown toenails are a common condition that usually affect the big toe and cause pain, tenderness, swelling, and sometimes infection. Oftentimes, these painful nails don't go away with basic home remedies and need further treatment.

1. Start with an Ingrown Toenail Consultation

Depending on the severity of your ingrown toenail, we'll recommend a solution that fits your needs without unnecessary surgery.

2. Review Surgical or Non-Surgical Options

We'll review options with you to determine what the best fit is for resolving your ingrown toenail pain.

3. Resolve Your Ingrown Toenail for Good

No matter your case, we'll help you move closer to a pain-free foot, and teach you how to maintain your foot to avoid future injuries.

What is an Ingrown Toenail?

In ingrown toenail is a common condition in which either the toenail grows into the surrounding skin of the toe, or the skin of the toe grows over the nail. Common symptoms include pain, swelling, tenderness, and infection.

Mild v. Moderate v. Severe Ingrown Toenail

A mild ingrown toenail will show the earliest symptoms including redness, tenderness, pain, and maybe slight swelling. As the ingrown toenail is left untreated, an infection may develop which is usually accompanied by more discomfort and swelling. A severe case of an ingrown toenail will show chronic inflammation and will often produce a bad odor.

When is an Ingrown Toenail Serious?

It's beneficial to see a podiatrist before your pain worsens or the ingrown nail produces an infection. You should see a podiatrist like our podiatrist clinic in New Jersey right away if redness and swelling is increasing, you see pus or blood coming from the infection, or if the pain is growing considerably worse. 

Will an Ingrown Toenail Eventually Grow Out?

An ingrown toenail will not go away without an intervention, although many ingrown toenails can be treated at home with frequent epsom salts warm feet soaks and antibiotic creams.

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What does an Ingrown Toenail Look Like?

An ingrown toenail happens when a nail grows into surrounding skin, or when skin grows over a toenail. Ingrown toenails can show symptoms of redness, swelling, and infection.

What Causes Ingrown Toenails?

Prevent ingrown toenails by learning about some of the most common causes.

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Ingrown Toenail Causes You Can Fix

Some causes of ingrown toenails are under your control. Here's a list of such causes:
● Poor fitting shoes that are too tight on the toes● Improper toenail care, usually cutting the big toe nail at a non-straight angle● Toenail injury, often done via running or sports

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Ingrown Toenail Causes You Can't Fix, but Can Help Prevent

Unfortunately, many ingrown toenails are not causes by any particular action.
● Having significantly curved toenails● Reaction to a separate medical condition● Being an adolescent, feet sweat more which softens the skin surrounding the nail● Having diabetes, which can cause poor blood flow

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Ingrown Toenail Drs - Haller & Galante & Testa

New Jersey Ingrown Toenail Removal Experts

At Essex Union Podiatry, we continue to educate on cutting-edge technologies and best practices to make sure you're getting the best foot and ankle care in the country. 

    Expert, Compassionate foot and ankle surgeons
    Over three decades combined experience
    Three office locations in Northern New Jersey

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For answers to your bunion-related questions and relief from the discomfort of this condition, contact us today.

We Accept Most Insurances

Essex Union Podiatry proudly accepts most insurance types to meet your healthcare needs. Get in touch with our team in one of our three convenient locations for assistance with your healthcare coverage options.

At this time, we do not accept the following insurance types: 

● Amerigroup ● Community Plans ● Medicaid ● Any Horizon Plan with Prefix “YKO”

  • Springfield Office

    500 Morris Ave. Suite 203Springfield, NJ 07081(973) 376-8210
    Call this location for more information about accepted insurance types

  • Rahway Office

    1600 Saint Georges Ave.Rahway, NJ 07065(732) 388-2375
    Call this location for more information about accepted insurance types

  • Caldwell Office

    376 Bloomfield Ave.Caldwell, NJ 07006(973) 226-2263
    Call this location for more information about accepted insurance types

Why Choose Essex Union Podiatry for Ingrown Toenail Removal

For comprehensive foot and ankle care, Essex Union Podiatry is your top rated podiatrist in NJ

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Unmatched Patient Outcomes

Our podiatric care is second to none. Trust us to deliver the best result possible for your podiatric condition or injury.

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Board Certified Experts

Our expert surgeons have the experience and credentials to provide peace of mind and confident, compassionate care.

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Cutting Edge Technology

Our offices are equipped with the latest technologies so that we can offer faster relief and recovery for all of your podiatry concerns.

Our Clients Call Us the Best Podiatrists in NJ

Get in Touch Today

Our compassionate care team is ready to help with all of your foot and ankle conditions and questions. Leave your concerns at the door and allow our expert doctors to deliver relief and peace of mind from your podiatric complications today.

Rahway Office

1600 St. Georges Ave. Rahway, NJ 07065Phone: (732) 388-2375

Caldwell Office

376 Bloomfield Ave. Caldwell, NJ 07006Phone: (973) 226-2263

Springfield Office

500 Morris Ave. Suite 203, Springfield, NJ 07081Phone: (973) 376-8210

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