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... this implant has now failed. ... (8 replies)
... I went to see Dr Mark Myerson in Baltimore the other day and he was very impressive. Just wondering if there is anyone that had success after a failed fusion. The screw has backed out of my big toe and the bone graft was basically gone. ... (1 replies)
... Izzy, I too suffer from longtime Ra and big time damage to my feet. Right now I have a rigid plate in one of my big toes, done 9 months ago. ... (8 replies)

... I had a joint implant done in 1992, so it has been almost 20 years. ... (16 replies)
... I had an implant done in Dec 2009 and in March 2011 I had the implant removed and had my MTP joint fused, with a bone graft. ... (16 replies)
... I have certainly learned alot from reading other posts on this board, but I would also like to get feedback on my question of whether to have big toe fusion or the implant. ... (16 replies)
... I hope you have more success than I have. I had a big toe joint replacement two years ago. ... (4 replies)
... e on the 4th of February, its actually the one giving me the most problems now and Its a mess in there the Doc said with a pin sticking up, bone spurs around the toe and hurts to bend or move it. ... (0 replies)
... Here I am, I have now a brand new joint in my big toe and Its incredible. ... (5 replies)
... Some people report good results from resurfacing with an implant but there seem to be just as many failures. I don't know is it's due to the particular implant or what. ... (2 replies)
... As a person who is facing her second cheilectomy next week and then a redo on a previous one, let me give you some advise. DO NOT DO THE IMPLANT. The success rate is very low for this procedure. ... (16 replies)
... I'm sorry you are having such difficulty. You will find on this board that there are few if any stories of a successful implant for this condition. A fusion is probably your best bet. ... (8 replies)
... joint implant of the big toe that was done in 2007. ... (1 replies)
... I was just reading your message thread, very interesting. I had capsular arthroplasty on my big toe for HR on Nov. 5, as well as a hammer toe repair on second toe and shaving of a bunionette on the little toe. The surgeon put a titanium implant in the big toe joint. ... (37 replies)
... My toes don't bend much now. I have to adjust yoga poses to avoid plank, and my ski boots needed to be stiffer than before. Also my 2nd toes sticks out past the big toe. I have a gel slip on protector for hiking, etc. ... (37 replies)
... I don't think you are going to find anyone on here who has had a successful joint replacement of the big toe. They've all had to go to a fusion within a year or two. ... (7 replies)
Big Toe Surgery
Aug 9, 2008
... cellent results as well. They are people who play tennis, golf and run....One side effect of this procedure is that you lose your "push off" power in your large toe and thus put more pressure on your other toes. ... (8 replies)
... foot and this in turn stresses the other toes which are smaller, etc. My Dr. makes special orthotics to help support this problem and claims he is has had great success with this. Out of 6 PODs I consulted, 3 recommend the Keller Procedure. The Ortho. Surgeon recommended the fusion but doesn't do them. ... (5 replies)
... When I was 15, I completely destroyed the end knuckle of my big toe. I was kicking a soccer ball with my brother without shoes on, and when my foot was straight against the ball, he kicked and it shattered that knuckle. ... (17 replies)
... bunionectomies in Jan '03. The little toe is perfect. The big toe was done due to cartilege damage, not a bunion, but it did not do well so 8 months later I received and implant in the big toe joint. ... (5 replies)


Associated Tags: big toe, dorsal bunion, fusion, implant, recovery time, toe fusion

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