Ingrown nails can affect anyone. … Various brace systems offer the appropriate treatment for every case. The foot professional decides whether a glue-on brace or a wire brace is the better choice for the patient.
- Adhesive braces for light cases, high-risk patients and as supplementary therapy
- Wire braces for the professional treatment of e.g. rolled nails or ingrown nails
- A combination of wire and glue-on brace for one-sided or double-sided treatment
The optimal brace for each case
Which brace is the right one for each case? The therapist selects the nail correction brace that best fits the diagnosis.
- The PODOSTRIPE and podofix braces are particularly suited for thinner nails and less severe cases of ingrown nails.
- 3TO's wire brace and the combined glue-on brace 'COMBIped' are hooked under the nail on one or both sides and are therefore more effective.
Almost all cases can be corrected with these braces, from ingrown nails to severely rolled nails. The 3TO brace, however, requires special training, whereas both the other brace types can be administered without training.