Cosmetic Foot Surgery

Cosmetic foot surgery is a type of procedure that can improve the shape, structure, and appearance of the feet. This type of surgery is becoming increasingly popular, as it can help to reduce pain, improve function, and enhance the overall aesthetic look of the feet.

Common Types of Cosmetic Foot Surgery

The most common type of cosmetic foot surgery is a bunionectomy, which removes bunions and improves the alignment of the toes. Other types of cosmetic foot surgery include hammertoe correction, toe shortening, and ankle fusion. In some cases, reconstructive foot surgery may also address deformities or other issues caused by trauma or congenital conditions.

Relieve Your Foot Pain

Cosmetic foot surgery can correct many issues, from ingrown toenails and bunions to hammertoes and flat feet. It can also help relieve pain related to these conditions and improve the appearance of the feet. For those considering cosmetic foot surgery, it is important to speak to a qualified foot specialist to ensure the procedure is right for them and to discuss any risks associated with the surgery.

Cosmetic Appearance

The final cosmetic appearance is an important consideration in our surgeons’ procedures.  While a bunion deformity is a painful orthopedic issue, we understand that our patients want their feet to not only feel good but look good too! 

The most common procedures with strong cosmetic considerations we are asked about are: 

  • Bunions
  • Tailors bunions
  • Hammertoes
  • Corn removal
  • Toe shortening 
  • Toe lengthening 
  • Scar revision
  • Cyst or mass excision
  • Ingrown toenail removal 

Advanced Foot Care Can Help

By using minimally invasive surgery techniques, plastic surgery-based closure techniques, and extensive preoperative planning, Advanced Foot Care can maximize the appearance of our outcomes.  

Please contact us for any questions or consult with one of Advanced Foot Care’s foot specialists.

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