I got calluses again after the toe-teeth removal surgery
Q: A woman in her late 20s. Laser treatment removed the tee on the left baby toe. It’s been two months now, and I’ve become calluses little by little from the outside of the removed area. Do I need to get rid of the toe tee?
A: You’re worried about having calluses again after the surgery. When the skin is repeatedly stimulated by hard substances, the skin becomes thick and hard. Depending on the pattern that occurs at this time, it is called tee-eye or callus.
Since it is caused by external stimuli, it is common to recur if exposed to physical stimuli again after treatment. It is important to reduce external irritation, such as wearing comfortable shoes after the procedure.
If you are uncomfortable with recurrence, you need to retreat. There is also a way to use medicine for your tee eyes. Apply medicine steadily and cut off the hard parts little by little.
Frozen or laser treatment can also treat thickened areas. Freezing treatment is removed using liquefied nitrogen, which may also require additional treatment over time.