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Bunion treatment and surgery practices:

Bunions usually form when the big toe pushes toward the second toe because of prolonged pressure on the feet, forcing the big toe joint in the opposite direction. Extra bone grows where the base of the big toe meets the foot, crowding your other toes and causing pain. The tendency to develop bunions is usually hereditary. Dr. Gross and Dr. Foreman specialize in the treatment of bunion deformities, both surgically and non-surgically.

Do I need to receive surgery?

Suffering from a bunion hurts, but there are ways that some people may find pain relief for their feet. One of these ways is wearing a larger shoe size to open up the toe area, or to help cushion the bunion with a protective pad. If these methods aren't working for your pain relief, you may need to receive bunion surgery.

We'll then take an X-ray of your foot to diagnose your situation and determine the kind of surgery that will be best for you and your foot. There are over 100 types of bunion removal surgeries, we'll make sure that you receive the one that's right for you!

If you're suffering from a bunion, contact us to make sure that you receive quick and effective bunion removal surgery.


Toenail Fungus Laser Treatment Cure in Farmington

Nail fungus is a chronic condition that impacts your quality of life and can even lead to serious health problems for patients with diabetes or immune disorders.

The most common symptoms of fungal nails are the thickening and/or discoloration of the nail (white, black, yellow or green). The nail may become brittle and crumble around the edges, or even break off from the toe (or finger) completely. If left untreated, the infection can become painful. The skin may also become inflamed and painful underneath and around the nail.

The treatment of nail infection is difficult because these fungi live in the layer of dead skin around your nails, in the space under your nail, and in the nail itself, which makes it hard for other treatments to reach and destroy the infection.

What Are The Signs or Symptoms of Nail Fungus?

  • Yellow streaks in the skin under the nail, or nail bed, and on the underside of the nail
  • Buildup of bits and pieces of skin and nail fragments under the nail
  • Discolored and thickened nail that may separate from the skin under the nail
  • Brittle, broken, and thickened nails
  • White spots or streaks on the nail surface
  • Soft and powdery nail surface, which appear as the infection worsens
  • Damaged, crumbly, and brown or gray nail surface, with no separation of the nail from the underlying skin.

Will I need more than one treatment?

One treatment kills the fungus for most people. Your doctor will determine if you need additional follow-up care.

Is the procedure painful?

Most people feel no pain. Some people feel a warming sensation and very few feel a pinprick.

Is this covered by my insurance?

This procedure is considered to be aesthetic, therefore health insurance does not provide coverage. Credit cards, cash, and money orders are accepted. You may also use your Health Savings Account (HSA), Medical IRA, or Flexible Spending Account. We also offer a payment plan through CareCredit---visit www.CareCredit.com for more information.


Bunion Surgery Farmington MI - Foot Docs - ArnieGrossDr. Gross attended Wayne State University and the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. He completed a Foot and Ankle Residency at the Harris County Hospital Group in Houston, TX. During the past 33 years, Dr. Gross has been active in residency training, diabetic education, and improving mini-surgical and non-surgical treatments of foot conditions. He has also been a runner for many years and has treated hundreds of runners and walkers for their painful foot and ankle conditions.
Dr. Gross is board certified, and has staff privileges at Huron Valley Sinai Hospital and Providence Hospital. His areas of special interest include laser surgery, minimally invasive surgery, geriatric and diabetic foot care, heel pain and sports injuries. He was the first physician in Michigan to use laser for the treatment of fungal toenails.


When you need the leading Bunion Surgery Center in the Farmington area, contact the Foot Docs! We have the experience with bunions and toenail fungus to ensure that you're in the best of hands with your upcoming foot surgery. Contact us with any foot problems that you may have!