What Is Partial Nail Avulsion?
Partial nail avulsion, also known as partial nail plate avulsion, is a medical procedure to treat various nail conditions, particularly those affecting the toenails. It involves the partial removal of the affected nail, usually a portion of the nail plate, to address issues such as ingrown toenails, chronic nail infections, or trauma-related nail injuries.
What Is Total Nail Avulsion?
Total nail avulsion is a medical procedure in which the entire nail, including the nail plate and underlying nail bed, is completely removed from the finger or toe. This procedure is typically performed to address severe and persistent nail conditions that have not responded to conservative treatments.