Advanced Toe Procedure

Advanced Toe Procedure - Toe Surgery

Oak Park Illinois Podiatrist - Toe Shortening, Long Toe Surgery & Cosmetic Toe Surgery

THE SECRET TO MORE BEAUTIFUL TOES IS IN YOUR HANDS.

Chances are, if you are reading this, you are unhappy with the length, shape or appearance of your toes and probably have hammertoes with corns. You have trouble finding footwear – sandals, open-toes or stylish heels – that are both comfortable and fashionable.

The good news: You need not live with this problem anymore. The better news: Eliminating your problem with toe surgery has never been safer or easier. The best news of all: In just weeks, you can have the beautiful toes you’ve always wanted – and not likely miss a single day of work or any of your usual daily activities to get there. We can do several toes per week.

That’s because Larry Keyes, DPM, FAAFAS, has devoted over two decades to perfecting his unique toe shortening technique and toe surgery that results in the correction of the hammertoes and the elimination of the corns. What’s unique about it?

Most corrective toe procedures are performed on more than one toe at a time. Often, this results in greater discomfort, slower recovery and the patient’s inability to return to work for up to several weeks. The use of general anesthesia is common and causes greater risk and cost to the patient. What’s more, most toe surgery involves using metal pins to hold the surgically corrected toes together. And you can have an obvious scar afterward.

Dr. Keyes’ approach, on the other hand, uses smaller stitches and results in less visible scars. Instead of using metal pins, he applies a special splint to keep each toe straight. After 27 years of clinical research and perfecting his techniques, Dr. Larry Keyes has found that his one-toe-at-a-time approach using local anesthesia is much safer and much easier on the patient.

According to outcome data Dr. Keyes has collected for thousands of patients, recovery times are dramatically shorter and patient discomfort is dramatically reduced. Even Dr. Keyes’ incisions are precisely calculated to reduce scarring.

Dr. Keyes’ patients simply walk in and walk out after their procedure. There are no crutches or ugly boots to wear and the patient has a 95% lower risk of developing long-term keloids – those thick patches of dark scar tissue that can cause pain, unsightly bumps, blemishes and embarrassment. So if you’re looking to correct your hammertoes, corns, or long toe problems in the safest, most effective way possible, look to Dr. Keyes and his staff at Keyes for Toes in Oak Park, Illinois.

TAKE THE FIRST STEP TOWARD GIVING YOURSELF THE GIFT OF BEAUTY & FUNCTION. CALL 708.771.4300 AND ASK FOR YOUR PREFERRED APPOINTMENT TODAY.

Office Location & Hours

1023 Madison Street
Oak Park, IL 60302
708-771-4300

Monday 8:30 am – 7:30 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am – 7:30 pm
Wednesday    8:30 am – 7:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

 

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1023 Madison Street, Oak Park, IL 60302
708-771-4300

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