Should I remove my big toe nail after injury

I slipped and damaged my big toe. The toe nail was alsmost all lifted off.
What would be the best way to deal with it? I do not like the thought of removing the toe nail completely (It sounds painful and intrusive).

How long would it heal if the nail were to be removed completley? How soon can I resume daily activilty?

Thanks,
damaged big toe

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