Cosmetic Foot Surgery

Corrective Cosmetic Foot Surgery

Corrective cosmetic foot surgery is a type of podiatric medicine that can help to improve the appearance of the feet and ankles. It is becoming increasingly popular for those who want to improve their overall appearance, but it can be expensive. Therefore, checking with your health insurance provider to see if corrective cosmetic foot surgery is covered under your plan is essential.

What Is Corrective Cosmetic Foot Surgery?


Corrective cosmetic foot surgery eliminates sources of chronic pain or deformity, cosmetic foot surgery can also reduce shoe size by reshaping the feet for aesthetic appeal.

Additionally, cosmetic foot surgery can make people’s feet look more aesthetically pleasing and make them feel more confident in their appearance.

How to Determine Whether Foot Surgery Is Necessary

If you are experiencing any type of foot problem, it is important to talk to a professional about your options for treatment.

Podiatrists and cosmetic foot surgeons can help you determine the best course of action for your unique situation and restore your feet to health.

An examination by our foot doctor will include an assessment of your feet and a discussion of your aesthetic goals. After evaluating your condition, Santo Domingo podiatrists will determine the most suitable surgical procedure for you.


What Are the Different Types of Foot Surgery?

Foot surgery can treat many common problems that can arise in the feet. Some of the most common types of foot surgery include bunions foot surgery, Achilles tendon repair, plantar fasciitis surgery, reconstructive surgery, and metatarsal foot surgery.


Bunions Foot Surgery

Bunions are painful swellings located on the first joint of the big toe. Bunions are a very common foot deformity.

During this procedure, the surgeon will remove the bony bump caused by the misalignment of the big toe joint. Additionally, the surgeon may adjust the ligaments and tendons surrounding the joint to improve alignment.

Achilles Tendon Repair

This surgery is usually done to treat a ruptured or damaged Achilles tendon. It aims to realign the tendon and repair any tears that may have occurred.


Plantar Fasciitis Surgery

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition characterized by inflammation in the tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot. During this procedure, a surgeon will remove part of the damaged tissue and repair any tears.


Reconstructive Surgery

Reconstructive foot surgery aims to correct congenital disabilities, diseases, and other foot ailments for patients’ medical and aesthetic needs.

The procedure is a good choice for permanently treating various foot disorders when conservative treatments fail to relieve symptoms.


Metatarsal Foot Surgery

Metatarsal foot surgery is often used to relieve pain caused by a neuroma or a fractured metatarsal bone. The goal of this procedure is to either remove the bone or reshape it to relieve the pain.


Morton’s Neuroma Surgery

This surgery involves the removal of the nerves in the ball of the foot (called a neurectomy) by making a small incision at the top of the foot. During nerve removal, surgeons may have to release tight ligaments around the nerve.


Foot Fracture Surgery

Fractures of the foot can be caused by trauma or overuse, ranging from superficial cracks to more serious breaks. The surgeon will repair broken bones and stabilize them with screws or plates during this procedure.


Hammertoe Surgery

A hammertoe is a deformation of the big toe caused by a misalignment of the tendons and muscles. Surgery can correct the toe’s alignment and restore its function.


Ankle Surgery

This type of surgery is typically done to correct any deformities within the ankle. This can involve fusion of the bones, ligament repair, tendon repair, and cartilage removal.


Toe Shortening

This procedure involves shortening the length of the second toe to make the feet look more symmetrical and balanced.

Cosmetic Foot Surgery Cost

The cost of cosmetic foot surgery can vary widely depending on the procedure and the complexity of the surgery. Ankle surgery, toe shortening, hammer toe surgery, and other cosmetic foot surgery procedures are usually more expensive than regular foot doctor visits. 

After an evaluation of your foot deformity by our cosmetic foot surgeon, your podiatrist will be able to give you an approximate cost of the surgery.


Choose the Right Podiatrist for You


Do you have any foot or ankle deformities that are affecting your lifestyle? Are you interested in learning more about cosmetic surgery procedures? If so, it’s time to talk to a highly recommended podiatrist in Santo Domingo.

Our offices are in New York, New Jersey, and Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. In addition to treating joint pain and skin conditions, we also perform cosmetic foot surgery. 

Our foot care specialists can help you achieve excellent foot health and get the feet you’ve always wanted. For more information about our services, give us a call today.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can Cosmetic Foot Surgery Improve the Appearance of Your Feet?

Yes, you can have surgery to make your feet look prettier. The goal of a cosmetic foot surgeon is to improve the appearance and function of the feet through various surgical procedures. 

These procedures can help correct foot deformities and create beautiful feet. Depending on your specific needs and concerns, our doctor can recommend the most suitable surgical procedure to improve the appearance of your feet.


What Is Cinderella Foot Surgery?

Recent years have seen an increase in the popularity of Cinderella or stiletto foot surgery. The procedure is appealing to individuals who want to reshape their feet. It involves shaving down bunions and changing the length of the toes, making it easier to wear high heels.

This surgery originated from the traditional bunionectomy, which involves shaving down bunions, and aims to reshape the feet and adjust their length to give them a whole new aesthetic appeal. Not only will the patient be able to walk in high-fashion heels with greater ease, but they will also be able to eliminate chronic pain and deformities by reshaping their feet and adjusting their toe lengths.