A cheilectomy is the surgical removal of bone spurs from around the big toe joint. This procedure is done to reduce pain that results from hallux rigidus, stiffness of the big toe that can develop due to repetitive foot injuries and arthritis of the big toe joint. Cheilectomy is considered a joint sparing treatment because it preserves motion of the toe joint.
If you’ve had enough of toe pain and discomfort, and are seeking a fast and effective solution, contact our specialist team at Highgate Hospital.
We provide comprehensive care throughout the patient journey and offer an all-inclusive self-pay package, with prices for unilateral bunion surgery starting from £3,505 (T&Cs apply).
For more information and eligibility criteria, speak to one of our self-pay advisors by calling 020 3918 9463.
As you’ll always be under the care of our expert multidisciplinary team, and looked after in our state-of-the-art facilities, there’s no better place for you to receive treatment. With all procedures undertaken using the latest techniques, you’ll be in safe hands for the entirety of your stay.