Corn Removal in Hyderabad

Corn Removal

Corn Removal

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Corn Removal Surgery Cost in Hyderabad

Corn Removal Cost varies from Rs. 10K to 30K depending on the following factors

  1. Number of corns to be removed
  2. Depth of the corn, as deeper corns need longer procedure removal
FAQs on Corn

A corn is a small, thickened area of skin that typically forms on the toes or feet due to excessive friction and pressure.

It differs from calluses in its shape and location. Corns can develop when shoes are too tight, causing rubbing and pressure on specific areas of the feet.
Understanding these distinctions is crucial for accurate diagnosis and effective removal. Identifying the root cause, which is most commonly, ill-fitting footwear, is essential for preventing the recurrence of corns after removal.

But this treatment and prevention can only happen after ascertaining that it is truly a ‘corn’. 

 

 

Consider corn removal if you experience pain, discomfort, or difficulty walking due to a corn.

The removal process is typically performed under local anesthesia to minimize pain and discomfort. With proper care during the corn removal procedure and after care, helps in quick and painless recovery

A very popular topical product called corn caps are available over the counter. These products typically contain Salicylic Acid that tries to chemically soothe the skin and tries to remove the corn. However, this will not work who have deep and recurrent corns. Most important factor to remember is perhaps what you are seeing is not a corn. 

It is therefore advisable to get a proper diagnosis and treatment advise from a trained and experienced doctor. 

Clinical examination by a doctor is enough in 70% of the cases. However, in many cases our plastic surgeon also asks or an X-ray of the foot to see the depth of the corn. Corns can sometimes extend beyond the superficial layers of skin, reaching down to involve underlying structures, including the bone. Hence determining the extent of the corn is an important part for ensuring proper excision (corn removal).

Improper removal may lead to recurrence. Corns can reappear if not fully addressed, highlighting the importance of a comprehensive evaluation and excision to minimize the risk of recurrence. A responsible surgeon ensures a complete removal to reduce recurrence and help patients give complete and long term relief.  

There are 2 options available for corn removal: CO2 (Ablative) laser and Surgical Excision:

  • CO2 Laser Corn Removal:

CO2 laser technology employs a concentrated beam of light to vaporize the corn tissue with high precision. However, CO2 laser is often suitable only for smaller, superficial corns. As per the experience at Personiks with our clients, we see that many patients come after a long time to a doctor. In most cases they are trying other means to treat their corns. So they end up arriving when the corn has become bigger and deeper, where CO2 laser will not be effective. 

  • Surgical Excision: 

As most patients come in late stages, the treatment of choice is Surgical excision which involved removing the entire corn, including the core, and a margin of surrounding tissue to completely treat the corn. While recovery from surgical excision is longer than CO2 laser, the recurrence and results are much superior.

A thorough evaluation by a qualified healthcare professional, like a good plastic surgeon, will help determine the most suitable method for effective corn removal with minimized recurrence risk.

While any removal may leave a mark, our skilled board certified plastic surgeons take measures to minimize scarring. Precise excision techniques are employed to ensure optimal cosmetic results.

Corns primarily form on the toes and feet due to friction and pressure. If you have hard growth elsewhere, it most likely not a corn. In such cases please book an appointment with our board certified surgeon to get a diagnosis. 

Insurance coverage varies and depending on their internal policies, insurance companies may or may not see corn removal as a medically necessary procedure. However at Personiks, since we feel that corn removal is a medically necessary procedure we provide all documentary support for medical insurance reimbursement. 

We also have transparent pricing for corn removal, with clear categorization based on technique used. The price range is from 10K to 30K, depending on single or 2 corns and whether you are recommended laser or surgical excision.

 

Corn Removal

Corn Removal

corn removal

Corn Removal

by Best Plastic Surgeon in Hyderabad

Get rid of painful foot corns on foot (feet) permanently with reliable excision technique with near zero recurrence rate

Remove deep corns reliably in less than 30 minutes by a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Corn removal by lasers have higher recurrence rate

Zero cost EMI option available

For corns that won’t go away with corn caps or any topical treatment, surgical removal is a one time solution

Real Patients

Real Results

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Corn Removal Packages.

Corn removal

Cost in Hyderabad

  • Corn Removal Cost varies from Rs. 10K to 30K depending on the following factors

    1. Number of corns to be removed
    2. Depth of the corn, as deeper corns need longer procedure removal

FAQs on

Corn Removal

A corn is a small, thickened area of skin that typically forms on the toes or feet due to excessive friction and pressure.

It differs from calluses in its shape and location. Corns can develop when shoes are too tight, causing rubbing and pressure on specific areas of the feet.
Understanding these distinctions is crucial for accurate diagnosis and effective removal. Identifying the root cause, which is most commonly, ill-fitting footwear, is essential for preventing the recurrence of corns after removal.

But this treatment and prevention can only happen after ascertaining that it is truly a ‘corn’. 

Consider corn removal if you experience pain, discomfort, or difficulty walking due to a corn.

The removal process is typically performed under local anesthesia to minimize pain and discomfort. With proper care during the corn removal procedure and after care, helps in quick and painless recovery

A very popular topical product called corn caps are available over the counter. These products typically contain Salicylic Acid that tries to chemically soothe the skin and tries to remove the corn. However, this will not work who have deep and recurrent corns. Most important factor to remember is perhaps what you are seeing is not a corn. 

It is therefore advisable to get a proper diagnosis and treatment advise from a trained and experienced doctor. 

Clinical examination by a doctor is enough in 70% of the cases. However, in many cases our plastic surgeon also asks or an X-ray of the foot to see the depth of the corn. Corns can sometimes extend beyond the superficial layers of skin, reaching down to involve underlying structures, including the bone. Hence determining the extent of the corn is an important part for ensuring proper excision (corn removal).

Improper removal may lead to recurrence. Corns can reappear if not fully addressed, highlighting the importance of a comprehensive evaluation and excision to minimize the risk of recurrence. A responsible surgeon ensures a complete removal to reduce recurrence and help patients give complete and long term relief.  

There are 2 options available for corn removal: CO2 (Ablative) laser and Surgical Excision:

  • CO2 Laser Corn Removal:

CO2 laser technology employs a concentrated beam of light to vaporize the corn tissue with high precision. However, CO2 laser is often suitable only for smaller, superficial corns. As per the experience at Personiks with our clients, we see that many patients come after a long time to a doctor. In most cases they are trying other means to treat their corns. So they end up arriving when the corn has become bigger and deeper, where CO2 laser will not be effective. 

  • Surgical Excision: 

As most patients come in late stages, the treatment of choice is Surgical excision which involved removing the entire corn, including the core, and a margin of surrounding tissue to completely treat the corn. While recovery from surgical excision is longer than CO2 laser, the recurrence and results are much superior.

A thorough evaluation by a qualified healthcare professional, like a good plastic surgeon, will help determine the most suitable method for effective corn removal with minimized recurrence risk.

While any removal may leave a mark, our skilled board certified plastic surgeons take measures to minimize scarring. Precise excision techniques are employed to ensure optimal cosmetic results.

Corns primarily form on the toes and feet due to friction and pressure. If you have hard growth elsewhere, it most likely not a corn. In such cases please book an appointment with our board certified surgeon to get a diagnosis. 

Insurance coverage varies and depending on their internal policies, insurance companies may or may not see corn removal as a medically necessary procedure. However at Personiks, since we feel that corn removal is a medically necessary procedure we provide all documentary support for medical insurance reimbursement. 

We also have transparent pricing for corn removal, with clear categorization based on technique used. The price range is from 10K to 30K, depending on single or 2 corns and whether you are recommended laser or surgical excision.