The TRIGGER FINGER RELEASE is a surgery performed to treat a finger or thumb that gets stuck in a bent position, as if you were squeezing a trigger.
The surgery is done under local anesthesia or a nerve block to prevent pain. You may be awake during the procedure. During the surgery,
AFTER THE PROCEDURE:
After the surgery, you will keep the bandage on for at least 48 hours. Afterwards, you can use a simple bandage, like a Band-Aid. After approximately two weeks, your stitches will be removed, and you can use your finger once it has healed.