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Corn Removal

Dr Prashant Yadav the Director of the clinic and the Chief Operating Surgeon is a renowned and reputed cosmetic surgeon of International class with practical, authentic and extensive experience and proficiency in this thrilling field.

Are you looking for a treatment option for your corns and calluses?

Corns and calluses are hardened layers of skin that grow as the skin tries to protect itself from friction or pressure. They usually occur on the feet and toes, as well as the hands and fingers. If you’re in good health, you don’t need to treat corns and calluses unless they hurt or you don’t like the way they appear. Most people find that merely eliminating the cause of friction or pressure eliminates corns and calluses.

Clinical Presentation

A thick, rough area of skin

A hardened, raised bump

Tenderness or pain under your skin

Flaky, dry or waxy skin

Difference Between Corn And Calluses

What are the symptoms of corns and calluses?

Corns and calluses can be identified by the following signs and symptoms:
  1. A rough, thick patch of skin
  2. A raised, hardened bump
  3. Under-skin tenderness or soreness
  4. Skin that is flaky, dry, or waxy
Calluses and corns are not the same thing. Corns have a hard center surrounded by swollen skin and are smaller and deeper than calluses. When squeezed, they might cause discomfort. Hard corns are frequently formed on the tops of the toes or the outside border of the tiny toe. Between the toes, soft corns develop. Calluses are rarely painful and form on pressure points such as the heels, balls of the feet, palms, and knees. They vary in size and form and are often bigger than corn.

When should you see a dermatologist for corn and calluses removal?

Consult your doctor if a corn or callus becomes extremely painful or inflamed. Seek medical attention before self-treating corn or callus if you have diabetes or weak blood flow. This is significant because even mild foot injuries can result in an infected open sore (ulcer).

What are the Causes of corns and calluses?

Friction and pressure from repetitive acts generate corns and calluses. Among the origins of this friction and pressure are:
  1. Wearing shoes and socks that are too small- Tight shoes and high heels can cause foot squeezing. If your shoes are too small, your foot may slide and grind against the shoe. Inside the shoe, your foot may potentially rub against a seam or stitch. Socks that don’t fit properly might also be an issue.
  2. Socks are being omitted-Wearing shoes and sandals without socks might create foot friction.
  3. Playing an instrument or working with hand tools- Calluses on the hands can develop as a consequence of repetitive pressure from activities such as playing instruments, using hand tools, or even writing with a pen.
  4. Having a tendency to grow corn- Genetics may be to blame for the kind of corns and calluses that occurs on non-weight-bearing regions such as the soles and palms.

What treatment does our dermatologist recommend for treating corns and calluses?

Our dermatologist will identify corns and calluses by examining your feet. Other reasons for thickening skin, such as warts and cysts, can be ruled out with this check. The dermatologist will confirm the diagnosis by removing a small piece of hardened skin. It’s a wart, not a corn if it bleeds or displays black spots (dried blood).


Corns and calluses are treated in the same way. It entails avoiding the recurrent acts that led to their formation. Wearing the right shoes and utilizing protective padding can assist. If, despite your best efforts, a corn or callus persists or becomes uncomfortable, the following medical treatments may be beneficial:

What precautions are important after the corn and calluses removal procedure?

After undergoing a corn and callus removal procedure, it is important to take certain precautions to ensure proper healing and prevent the recurrence of these conditions. These are some necessary precautions you should follow.

Why is Dezire clinic the Best clinic for your corn and calluses removal procedure in India?

Looking for methods to treat your various cosmetic concerns, Dezire clinic has been in the field of cosmetic and surgical procedures for years now. For the best services, we employ cutting-edge technologies. For the safety of our patients, Dezire is renowned for upholding a flawless standard of hygiene. To guarantee that working with us would be pleasant for you, we maintain confidentiality in all aspects of our work. To schedule your free consultation, contact us by phone at 9717470550 or by email at

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