Bunions, hammer toes and corns are the three most common foot deformities being treated by cosmetic foot surgery. Our podiatrists treat these deformities using Minimally-Invasive surgical techniques so the patient is left with minimal to no scarring. Many people are ashamed of their feet and having nice straight toes without corns can help your confidence and quality of life. All symptoms should always be evaluated with a thorough consultation and examination by your podiatrist for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan to exclude any underlying serious condition.
The best NYC podiatrist provides Minimally- Invasive and/or No-Scar bunion treatment and corn removal . Using cutting-edge surgical techniques, our podiatrists give you the best results and have you back in heels in no time! Most patients are able to walk home in a surgical shoe the same day as the surgical procedure! Recovery is typically between 6-8 weeks for bunion surgery and 4-6 weeks for corn/hammer toe surgery. If you wear sandals, spend a considerable amount of time barefoot by the pool or at the beach, or just want to impress a partner, the idea of cosmetic foot surgery may not be that far fetched. In fact, cosmetic foot surgery is on the rise. If it’s something you want to pursue, talk to one of the best podiatrist you can find in NYC at our practice.
Popular Cosmetic Procedures
Cosmetic bunion surgery resulting slimmer pain-free feet is the most popular procedure but other popular cosmetic foot procedures include:
- Toe lengthening
- Toe shortening
- Fat injections into the pads of your feet
- Nail restoration
- Foot narrowing
Like many cosmetic surgery procedures, foot surgery is requested typically by women who’re embarrassed by their feet or who believe that prettier feet can improve their self-esteem. Of course, it’s a lot easier to walk all day in four-inch heels when you don’t have lumps or bumps in your feet and when your toes aren’t pushing against your shoes all day.
All symptoms, potential procedural/surgical options should always be discussed with your podiatrist after thorough consultation and examination for an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan
Manhattan Foot Specialists
983 Park Avenue, Ste 1D14,
New York, NY 10028