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The short answer is "no" this will most likely not jeopardize your surgery. Even if it were broken, we don't tend to do much that is "invasive" for the little toes. Oftentimes, just taping and supporting the toes so they can heal on their own.
That being said, I'm happy to chat back and forth if you have more questions!