If you ask any Foot health practioner, Chiropodist or Podiatrist "What makes up the majority of their treatments? The answer will probable be nails that simply need cutting. Perhaps the nail is too thick or hard. Perhaps after self cutting the nail begins to grow into the skin causing pain and discomfort or a patients isn't mobile enough or doesn't have good enough vision to safely cut their own nails.
After a treatment your nails will be short, comfortable with rounded edges that don't press into the skin. They will be filed smooth at the edges and won't catch on bedding or socks. The thickness can be reduced leaving you with more room in your shoe so there is less corn causing pressure. Any nics and chips on the nail will be filed down to blend in with the surrounding nail.
Sometimes a fungal infection in the nail will cause abnormalities or discolouration. Advice will be offered as to the best course of treatment that can lead your nails to not just feeling good but looking good also.
More about nails..
Nails are made of the same raw materials as skin and hair. They help protect the end of the toe and aid our sensory perception allowing us to feel. The condition of the nail can give us an indication of the state of our general health and well being.