Treatments for fungal infections between the toes range from over-the-counter antifungal remedies to prescription topical or oral medication. If over-the-counter remedies do not work, the individual should seek medical attention, according to WebMD.
Some over-the-counter antifungal medicines include Lotrimin, Lamisil, Tinactin and the generic forms of these remedies. The individual applies these medicines to the fungus, according to WebMD. Depending on the kind of infection and how serious it is, a doctor can prescribe treatments such as Mentax and Naftin, which the patient applies to the affected skin areas. The doctor may also prescribe oral prescription medications, such as Diflucan, Sporanox and Lamisil.