What Is The Best Antibiotic For An Ingrown Toenail?

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Ingrown toenail occurs when one or both of the lateral edges of the nail penetrates the skin and cuts into the soft flesh of the toe.

Uncorrected, an ingrown toenail can result in severe complications, progressing to simple inflammation, serious infection, ulceration and gangrene.

Ingrown toenails are frequently at the inflammation or infection stage when treated by physicians or podiatrists. That is chiefly because anyone who suffers from it is seldom able to endure the pain and usually seeks...

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