Success rate of surgery to remove nerve due to neuroma?

I was wondering what the success rate is for surgery when you have a Morton's neuroma (mine is between toe #2 and #3). I was told they remove a portion of the nerve, and that also they at times do a "splicing" of a ligament to enlarge the space. Do most or all surgeries for Morton's neuroma become successful? And if they splice a ligament, doesn't that weaken your foot structure some? I am trying to decide whether or not to have the surgery, and I'd like to know average success rates. I want to ask this from more than just my doc - who knows if he would be 100% accurate with an answer to me. Thanks for your input.

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