Nail Surgery

As every injury is as individual as you are, your recovery plan will be tailor made by your podiatrist.

Nail Surgery Removal

When seeking nail surgery for an ingrown toenail in Edinburgh, our podiatrists will outline the most suitable surgery options.  The operation will be performed under local anaesthetic and your podiatrist will prevent the nail from growing back. This is because the toenail typically grows back in a worst state than the one that has been removed. Following toenail removal surgery, we will have three further consultations to ensure that you are getting the best care after toenail removal, so you are back up and running as fast as possible.

Feeling anxious? Don’t worry our experienced team will put you at ease.  You can even stream your favourite show during the procedure.

If you require any advice about the best option of ingrowing toenail treatment for you, please get in touch with our team today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have further questions? Get in touch:


0131 629 2029


01620 825 570


We are based at 61-63 Morningside Road, Edinburgh EH10 4AZ. With meter parking 100m from the clinic for up to 1 hour or on the surrounding side streets for longer time periods.  Please check the signs to confirm available parking times.


We are based at 33 Market Street, Haddington EH41 3JE.  In the centre of Market Street, beside the main bus stop.  With free parking outside for up to 90 minutes.

For a routine podiatry appointment the only requirement is that nail varnish is removed prior.  We’d also advise that you attend in the shoes that you wear most often, so we can assess if they may be contributing to any specific foot problem.

For a biomechanics appointment we ask that you come in (or change into) shorts so that we can assess your lower limbs properly and –

–  Your favourite/everyday shoes

–  Your running/sports shoes

–  Any previous/old orthoses

Related Treatments

View our related treatments today.

Ingrown Toenail Treatment

An ingrown toenail occurs when the side of the nail cuts and continues to grow into the surrounding skin in the area.

Verruca Treatment

One of the most common treatments we offer at Podiatry Plus Scotland is verruca treatment. 

Diabetic Footcare

For those who require additional care and attention to their feet. If you have a long term condition such as Diabetes..

Routine Podiatry


0131 629 2029


01620 825 570