Santa Clarita-based CurveCorrect is the maker of a product it says will reduce curved toenail deformities and treat ingrown toenails – without surgery. The orthopedic device firm says it originally designed its CurveCorrect Ingrown Toenail Treatment for professional application in 2008 but recently revised it to be applied by individuals at home. CurveCorrect Ingrown Toenail Treatment consists of a spring like composite material which is applied to the toenail for the purposes of reshaping the nail plate.


The company said clinical tests have shown its product has a failure rate of just 8 percent, similar to that of surgery.
Women are up to four times more likely than men to have ingrown toenail problems due to high heels and more restrictive shoes.





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