How To Trim Toenails Without Cutting Corners

Perhaps you are naturally frugal and always take care of your own nails. Or maybe you overspent during the holidays, and now you are looking for ways to cut corners and get your budget back on track. That might mean giving up getting a pedicure this month—or for several months! Either way, if you aren’t used to doing your nails on your own, here are tips for how to trim toenails that will help keep your feet safe and your nails looking great.

If you have trouble seeing or reaching your toes, be sure to get proper help. This is also a good time to check your feet for any irregularities. If you find a problem, give Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle Center at call in Lakewood, CO, at (303) 423-2520 and set up an appointment. We are your go-to source for great foot care.

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