Congenital Toe Deformity


My name is Samek, and I have a condition that my Kenyan doctor calls a "Congenital Toe Deformity," which he made me to understand that it's a deformity that has been there since birth. My toes (for both legs) were not fully formed by the time I was born (I'm 20), and so it looks like I have no toes.

I can virtually do everything with my feet, like running, playing, climbing etc with no pain at all, but I was just wondering whether there could be any surgical procedure that can be carried out on me to improve the appearance of my toes. I'm thinking of a plastic surgery that can fix some kind of artificial toes that look like real toes. With the current advancement in medical operations, I've lived for 20 years believing (and hoping) that such an operation is possible.

If you have any information that you might want to share with me, please post it in this website, or feel free to email me ( I'll greatly appreciate your input.

Best regards,


Posted By Samek on September 18, 2003 at 01:08:28:

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