Cosmetic Foot Surgery

Our cosmetic foot surgery clinic is headed up by Mr Kaser Nazir, a well renowned Podiatric Surgeon following cosmetic surgery principles in foot surgery to correct deformities for more than a decade.

Whilst most foot surgery procedures (of the forefoot in particular) are used to correct deformed toes and bunions, there is an increasing demand from patients to ensure that the results are cosmetically acceptable.

Cosmetic foot surgery procedures offered at the Cadogan Clinic include:

  • Toe shortening and straightening
  • Reducing wide feet
  • Removing lumps, bumps and corns
  • Foot narrowing
  • Bunion straightening
  • Filler procedures for loss of fat on the foot

Mr Nazir also follow basic principles to improve post operative cosmesis, including:

  • Hidden scars between toes or on inner side of foot.
  • Minimal scar and Minimal invasive techniques.

The Cadogan Clinic is a leading private cosmetic and aesthetic clinic in London, and provides a team of aesthetic specialists to ensure that you achieve lasting results by correcting and aligning deformities affecting the feet.

Bunion Surgery

Bunion surgery generally involves an incision in the top or side of the big toe joint and the removal or realignment of soft tissue and bone. This is done to relieve pain and restore normal alignment to the joint. Small wires, screws, or plates may be used to hold the bones in place.

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