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3TO Nail Brace

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by Tan86, Aug 8, 2011.

  1. Tan86

    Tan86 Member


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    Has anyone used the 3TO nail brace technique for ingrown toenails or involuted nails?
    We have recently purchased the kit after seeing it at the National Conference in Melbourne. Any feedback would be great.
     
  2. Jose Antonio Teatino

    Jose Antonio Teatino Well-Known Member

    Dear Tan:
    Can you send picture of the acquired system, to adequately respond to your request?
    I personally use more conservative methods to treat nails, but not well what is yours.
    Sincerely:

    Jose A. Teatino
    Professor of surgery
    The Academy Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery
     
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