Your skin is not only the largest and most visible organ of your body and includes toenails and hair — it protects you and acts as a barrier against harmful substances, fungus, bacteria, injury, and more.
At Moore Foot and Ankle Specialists we offer a range of dermatology services to help you feel comfortable and confident in your skin. Our team of experts can diagnose and treat several skin-related issues pertaining to the foot, ankle, toes and toenails to keep your body healthy and protected.
Our team of board certified experts specialize in all areas of foot and ankle-related treatments, including dermatology services. Contact us and schedule a consultation, where we will discuss your issue and possible options for treatment, as well as any questions or concerns you might have. Then, we’ll create a customized treatment plan and schedule the dermatology service.
Before you leave, our doctors will make sure you know the proper post-procedure care, medications, tests, and maintenance so you can have a smooth, comfortable recovery process.
Moore Foot and Ankle Specialists provide a wide variety of foot, ankle, and toe-related dermatology services. Our experts are highly trained and experienced in the following:
The most common foot infection is the ingrown toenail. Other foreign body infections include those caused by glass, thorns, metal objects, and gravel. Blisters, heel cracks, athlete’s foot, and fungal nails are all very common as well.
You can tell if your foot is infected with different signs and symptoms. For example, a fungal infection can have small blisters, peeling skin, redness, itching, and a ‘cauliflower’ pattern appearance. A bacterial infection can have redress, drainage, redness, increase in temperature, and odor.
Common foot problems in older adults include thinning of the fat pad on the ball of the foot and heel, skin cracks, calluses, corns, thick toenails, falling arches, circulation issues, and neuropathy.
Both specialists can treat foot fungus.
You should go to the ER for a foot fungus when there are dangerous signs of a more severe infection, including but not limited to: cellulitis with lymphangitis or red streaking up the leg, fever, chills, wound drainage, odor, general disorientation, malaise, elevated heart rate, or even nausea.
One of our patients was gracious enough to show her nail edge two weeks after her ingrown toenail removal surgery. With so many ways to remove this painful problem, a cosmetic and permanent outcome is what we have perfected over the years in accordance of patient requests.
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