Case 1: A patient with an ingrown toenail operated under local anesthesia without any stitches or cuts, by means of a minimally invasive and painless technique. The in-growing nail part is extracted and its matrix destroyed, so that it will never grow again.
Case 2: An 80-year-old woman with a severe hallux valgus deformity (bunion), claw toes and collapsed metatarsal heads.
Surgical correction of the deformities, osteotomy. Internal fixation devices have not been used. Postoperative bandages to be changed at the clinic, and special footwear to be worn after the intervention.
Case 3: A 60-year-old woman, previously operated on two occasions by different specialists, with a bunion deformity and the second toe luxation. Difficulty wearing shoes.
Multiple bone and soft tissues surgeries to correct the deformities. Fixing bandages to be worn for 45 days approximately till the bone consolidates, and postoperative footwear to be used after the intervention for walking.
Case 4: A 50-year-old man with advanced rheumatoid arthritis. The patient has decided to have his fourth and fifth toes operated because he can’t wear shoes and keeps suffering from pain caused by dislocated toes.
Case 5: Cases of extremely painful corns (exostosis) located between, on the top or sides of the toes are very common. The definitive treatment suggests applying a simple and painless 2-mm incision technique under local anesthesia. Postoperative footwear is unnecessary. A small bandage should be worn for a few weeks.