I had hammer toe surgery awhile ago which in reality I didnt need it. I had soft corns from playing sports all my life but never actually had hammer toes. My doctor said surgery was the only option to remove the soft corns so thats why i had "hammer" toe surgery cause he straighten my toes. However due to the surgery, my fused bones in my second and third toe on both feet are cricked and they curl to the floor meaning they arent straight like they were suppose to be. Ive seen plenty of before and after hammer toes pictures and they look great. Mine on the other hand looks like i have hammer toes. My toes now look completely different from before the surgery even with the corns. Ive never had hammer toes but now it looks like i did. He basically rushed the procedure and didnt take his time resulting in the shape of my toes now. My question is can a great foot surgeon rebreak the fused bone to reshape it back to normal using a pin that they stick in during a hammer toe procedure? would you have to inject bone marrow to have more bone to actually reshape it to normal? I know there has to be a way even if its a risky way. Theres millions of fixes for everything now on a human body. Id appreciate your response/answer, thank you.