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It's Overgrown Toeskin, NOT Ingrown Toenail

Thursday, November 23
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM

This is an innovative approach to an old problem. The term “ingrown toenail” incriminates the nail as the causative factor; however, there is excellent evidence-based research demonstrating that there is no nail abnormality and that the problem is due to an excessive amount of soft tissue which is excised. The nail is not touched! The result is cosmetically excellent and the problem will never recur!

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Henry H. Chapeskie

Family Physician
Thorndale Lions Medical Centre

BSc, MD (Ottawa)m CCF, FCFP, CAME
In Family Practice in Thorndale, ON for 29 years. Rural
Community-based practice with special interest in
Civil Aviation Medicine

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