Nail Infection

Get treatment for fungal and bacterial nail infections.

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What are nail infections?

There are three types of nail infection that we treat.

Fungal Nail Infections

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Bacterial Nail Infections

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Periungual Warts

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Get the Treatment you Need

Treatment for nail infections will depend on the type of infection you are diagnosed with. Common treatments include prescription antibiotics and topical ointments. 

Fungal Nail Infections

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Bacterial Nail Infections

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Periungual Warts

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Suffering from a nail infection? Alpha Providers can help.

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Learn About Nail Infections

How do you know if you have a fungal or bacterial nail infection, or cutaneous warts? How can you avoid nail infections?

Symptoms & Causes

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Tips & Advice

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How it Works

Describe Your Symptoms

Answer questions about your health condition online.

Connect with a Medical Provider

A medical provider will review your responses and send a treatment plan within 24 hours (8 hours for urgent care).

Get Your Prescription Delivered

Any medications or prescriptions will be sent to your nearest pharmacy for pick up.

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Treatments You Need

For $99 a year (or $35 every 3 months), get access to all-inclusive online visits for over 70% of medical conditions including cold & flu, rashes, and more. Mental Health treatment is not included.

Exclusive Healthcare Benefits

Members get access to coordinated care, unlimited messaging with doctors, insurance support, free shipping, and 20% discount to the Alpha Shop.

Same Day Prescriptions

Alpha Providers can prescribe same day prescriptions for pick up at your local pharmacy to ensure quick, safe relief.

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