Our FAQ Has Fast Facts on Common Foot and Ankle Injuries in Las Vegas
Our patients are full of questions, and we provide the answers. On our FAQ page, our Las Vegas foot doctors explore the most common questions about heel pain, bunions, nail fungus, ingrown toenails, neuropathy, surgery, and more. Browse or search through our FAQ to get the answers you need.
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How long does it take a broken toe to heal?
Broken toes need time to heal, just like any other fracture. Exactly how long it takes depends partly on how severe the break was. Simple, well-aligned toe fractures may only take a few weeks to heal, while more serious ones that have to be manipulated back into place—or even fixed with surgery—can take much longer to recover. In general, expect roughly 4-8 weeks for your toe to be completely restored. Complications could potentially make the healing much longer, though, so if you’re ever concerned you might have broken a digit, don’t wait to get it checked and treated and risk additional problems.