Are you looking for Corn Treatment in Delhi?

If you’re actively seeking corn treatment in Delhi, you landed at the right place. We deliver accurate solutions with a caring touch, ensuring your comfort every step of the way.

Book An Appointment

Transformative Corn Treatment in Delhi At House of Aesthetics

Step into a world of comfort and expertise at House of Aesthetics, where our skilled Dr. Neha Khuraana specializes in transformative corn treatment in Delhi. Our clinic takes pride in delivering personalized care and tailoring treatments to address corns effectively.

Corns are like small, thick bumps on your skin, often caused by rubbing or pressure from shoes. Sometimes, toe deformities like hammertoes can lead to corns because the toes rub against your shoes.

Types of Corns

  • Hard Corns: These are smaller and deeper, often forming on the top of the toes or the outer edge of the small toe
  • Soft Corns: Typically form between the toes and have a softer texture

Causes of Corns

Ill-fitting shoes / Socks

Tight or loose ones

Going sockless with shoes


Playing instruments or using hand tools

Genetic predisposition


  • Wear well-fitting shoes and socks
  • Use protective coverings like felt pads or bandages
  • Ensure proper hand protection for activities involving tools
  • Visit a certified dermatologist, like House of Aesthetics in South Delhi for expert advice


Treatment options may include trimming excess skin, utilizing medicated patches with salicylic acid, prescribing shoe inserts or orthotics, and, in severe cases, suggesting surgery to correct underlying bone alignment issues. It’s crucial to note that attempting self-treatment, such as trimming corns at home, can lead to complications and infections, emphasizing the importance of professional guidance for effective and safe resolution.

Frequently Asked Questions

While complete removal is challenging, effective treatments can significantly reduce their appearance and discomfort.

Soaking may provide temporary relief, but professional treatments offer more lasting results.

No, surgery is considered when other treatments fail. Non-surgical methods are often effective.




Mon to Sun

10:30 am to 8:00 pm
Wednesday off