An online discussion with one of our specialists to help decide if you wish to book a consultation.
We are now offering free online 10-minute Q&A sessions with our experienced podiatrist or nurse. During these sessions, you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the procedure and receive expert advice on what to expect before, during, and after the surgery. Whether you’re wondering about the recovery time or the cost of the procedure, our team is here to provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision. We look forward to helping you take the next step towards healthy, beautiful nails.
An assessment to determine whether conventional treatments will address the medical issue or if surgery is necessary (potentially requiring antibiotics). Choice of online or face to face
An appointment post surgery or after conservative treatment to evaluate the progress of the healing foot. Choice of online or face to face
Surgical Procedure to remove all (Total Nail Avulsion), one thin strip (Partial Nail Avulsion) or 2 parts (Bilateral Nail Avulsion) of ONE toe nails.
Surgical Procedure to remove all (Total Nail Avulsion), one thin strip (Partial Nail Avulsion) or 2 parts (Bilateral Nail Avulsion) of TWO toe nails.
Surgical Procedure to remove all (Total Nail Avulsion), one thin strip (Partial Nail Avulsion) or 2 parts (Bilateral Nail Avulsion) of an additional toe nail once the
Histology is the study of how tissues have been affected by disease. We take a nail or skin sample which appears infected and send it to the laboratory for analysis.
If we come across an abnormal lesion we will send a sample to the laboratory, with your written consent, to determine if the cells are cancerous or normal. Once we receive results we will arrange a referral to a specialist to begin treatment.
The NSC Medical Pedicure, carried out by a specialist, will transform your feet in appearance and feel. The feet are thoroughly checked for problem areas, then thoroughly cleaned, exfoliated and moisturised.
Non-adhesive sterile dressings (Meloline/melolite/Mepore)
Tubular bandage (Tubiton/tubigauze)
Adhesive tape (Mefix/hypafix)
Wound medication dressing (Inadine/other medicine)
Only use the dressings that you have been issued with or advised to use by your podiatrist.
In the event of an infection, a course of antibiotics will be prescribed prior to the surgical procedure. We have antibiotic prescription rights, so you needn’t prolong your surgical treatment by acquiring a prescription from your GP or A&E, saving you valuable time.