Ingrown Toenail Treatment| WI Podiatrists | Milwaukee Foot & Ankle Specialists

Call Us Today!

SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE
WITH OUR MILWAUKEE, WI PODIATRISTS

Call Us Today!

SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE
WITH OUR MILWAUKEE, WI PODIATRISTS

Call Us Today!

SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE
WITH OUR MILWAUKEE, WI PODIATRISTS

Select Page

An Ingrown Toenail can be a Serious Threat to Your Health

Ingrown Toenail Pain Relief From Podiatrists & Foot Doctors In Wauwatosa, Oak Creek, New Berlin & Mequon, WI

You notice that your big toe is a little sore and red around one side of the nail, but you brush it off. Maybe it’s just an injury. It doesn’t hurt much, so it should be fine. Perhaps you type your symptoms into Dr. Google and decide that you have an ingrown toenail. No big deal, right? Wrong.

While many ingrown toenails resolve themselves or require little treatment, there are times when an ingrown toenail can go from an annoying sore spot to a serious, even life-threatening infection.

At our podiatry offices in Wauwatosa, Oak Creek, New Berlin and Meqon, Wisconsin, we encourage you to come in at the first sign of an ingrown toenail. The most common signs of an ingrown toenail include:

  • Tenderness or pain along one or both sides of your toenail
  • A red area around your toenail
  • Swelling near the sides of your toenail
  • Heat coming from the painful or swollen area
  • Pus leaking from the reddened area of your toe

When You Should Seek Help For Your Ingrown Toenail From a Wisconsin Podiatrist

If you have noticed any of the listed signs of an ingrown toenail, even if there is no pain yet, we highly recommend that you come in to be evaluated. As is the nature of a toenail, it may continue to grow, possibly embedding itself further into your toe. When this happens, your risk of complications increases. The most serious complication is an infection. This infection can travel from the toe to the surrounding bone. A bone infection is very serious and can cause extreme illness and even death.

As always, if you are diabetic, it is of the upmost importance that you be seen for any foot problem. For you, the risk of infection is higher due to the possibility of poor circulation in your feet. Please be sure to check daily for any swelling or redness around your toenails as neuropathy may prevent you from feeling pain or discomfort.

How to Choose the Best Podiatrist for You and Your Family

To ensure that you get the best podiatrist in Milwaukee, do your homework. Patient reviews and testimonials are an excellent place to start. It is also important that your Wisconsin podiatrist is not only experienced, but has knowledge of the best, most modern treatment techniques in podiatry available.

At Milwaukee Foot & Ankle Specialists, our team of Milwaukee podiatrists are on the cutting edge of treatment techniques for ingrown toenails, neuropathy, and many other foot problems. We see each patient as an individual and work to craft a custom plan that will relieve your foot or ankle pain as quickly as possible.

If you have an ingrown toenail or any other foot or ankle pain, call an expert Milwaukee podiatrist at 414.257.0676 to make an appointment. You do not have to go on living in foot pain! We offer same day appointments as well as a $25 Initial Savings Certificate for you to use at your first visit with us.

Experience, expertise, and exceptional care. That’s the Milwaukee Foot & Ankle Specialists guarantee!

While our podiatry offices are conveniently located in Wauwatosa, New Berlin, Mequon, and Oak Creek, WI, we offer podiatry services to patients in and around Milwaukee, Wisconsin (WI) including Franklin, Brookfield, Fox Point, Hales Corner, Waukesha, West Allis, Menomonee Falls, and South Milwaukee.

More Helpful Articles On Ingrown Toenails:

Treatment And Prevention Of Ingrown Toenails From Your Milwaukee Toenail Doctors
Your Wauwatosa Toenail Doctors Can Help With Your Painful Ingrown Toenails
Why Toenails Become Ingrown And What You Can Do About It
What Is An Ingrown Toenail?
What Causes An Ingrown Toenail?
Can I Treat My Ingrown Toenail At Home?
What Can My Doctor Do For My Ingrown Toenail?
Should I See A Podiatrist Or My Primary Care Physician For My Ingrown Toenail?
What Should You Do For An Ingrown Toenail?
Ingrown Toenail Treatment

WE ARE COMMITTED TO EARNING THE
TRUST OF OUR PATIENTS, COMMUNITY, AND PROFESSION.

For uncompromising excellence our foot doctors can start helping you in a few ways:

YOUR FAVORITE TOP RATED MILWAUKEE FOOT DOCTORS

*The reviews listed are from actual patients of Milwaukee Foot & Ankle Specialists. Individual results may vary. Reviews are not claimed to represent results for everyone.

Wauwatosa Podiatry Office
10125 West North Avenue
Wauwatosa, WI 53226

Phone: 414.257.0676
Fax: 414.774.2588

Hours:
Monday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Click For Directions

Oak Creek Podiatry Office
7001 S Howell Ave #500,
Oak Creek, WI 53154

Phone: 414.764.4500
Fax: 414.764.4699

Hours:
Monday: CLOSED
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: Noon – 4:00 pm

Click For Directions

New Berlin Podiatry Office
3610 Michelle Witmer Memorial Dr,
New Berlin, WI 53151

Phone: 262.821.1588
Fax: 262.821.6644

Hours:
Monday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Wednesday: 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Thursday: 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

Click For Directions

Mequon Podiatry Office
10945 N Port Washington Rd,
Mequon, WI 53092

Phone: 414.228.6444
Fax: 414.228.7005

Hours:
Monday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday: CLOSED
Wednesday: CLOSED
Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: CLOSED

Click For Directions