Nail

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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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Mozena has led innovations in new surgical techniques for the foot, heel, and toes as well as new treatments for ingrown nail removal including those involving the laser.
Don't try to cut out ingrown nails yourself, visit a qualified chiropodist or podiatrist who will cut the toe nail properly and put a small piece of padding down the ingrown side to help encourage the nail to grow normally.
A small percentage of ladies at Tips and Toes also have issues with ingrown nails.
The filing and buffing lead to the tricky part -- doing away with any ingrown nails or calluses.
Researchers also found that about 90 percent have suffered from problems like blisters, cracked heels, verrucas, corns and ingrown nails.