The nail is one of the most important organs for both cosmetic and functional reasons. Ingrown toenail, frequently seen on our toes, is a condition where the skin surrounding the nail grows into the nail organ, often due to trauma and pressure, causing pain, a sensation of ingrowth, bruising, and inflammation. Ingrown toenail, which is a quite uncomfortable condition, can restrict a person's daily activities and can be complicated by bacterial infections. The diagnosis of an ingrown toenail is made clinically. As a treatment for ingrown toenails, the procedure known as 'nail extraction,' where the entire nail organ is completely removed, has now given way to more advanced nail surgery procedures. In our clinic, the treatment for ingrown toenails is performed based on individual needs using conservative and surgical methods. Partial matricectomy, a procedure that involves only the removal of the ingrown part and aims to prevent re-ingrowth, is a successful operation that is painless, does not affect daily life, and preserves the nail organ. The partial matricectomy procedure is successfully performed in our clinic."