Can You Remove Your Foot Nail Scars Before They Grow?
Hello, I want to ask about a month ago I took out a toe nail operation, now the toe nail is dry but there is still a trace of dried blood, and then my question is if in antepin whether it will disappear its own dry blood ?, What I worry about is when his nails are growing instead he will cover up the former dried blood and when his nails become there will be an item in his nails, do I need to remove the dried blood?
The procedure of extracting or pulling out nails is one of the procedures for handling the infection of the tissue around the nail due to abnormal nail growth (cantengan), damage to the nail due to trauma, or the presence of tumors that damage the nail. This procedure generally uses local anesthesia. After the general procedure, the finger will be covered by a bandage, often the blood will seep in the first 24 hours. Wounds on the toes heal longer, because it is more easily rubbed.
Ulceration or crusting is the residual blood that dries over the wound. Ulceration is a part of normal wound healing. Peeling a scab sometimes sometimes causes bleeding in the underlying tissue. Ulceration can be removed alone or helped by compressing clean water to clean it.
Post-nail removal patients should not use shoes for a while. Regular consumption of drugs given by doctors after the procedure. Perform an evaluation of the wound in a health facility according to a specified schedule. If the wound has healed, wound care can be done alone at home. Partially revoked nails can usually grow after several months. However, if the nail is completely removed it can take up to 1 year to grow back. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.