Dental

Dental

Through a prescription from your doctor we customize each preparation to meet your specific medical requirements.  Please call our team of pharmacists with any questions or concerns you may have pertaining to your prescription preparation. 

Our most frequently requested preparations include: 

  • Antibacterial rinses (Non-staining)
  • Carbamide Peroxide bleaching gels
  • Chlorhexidine 0.12% rinse (alcohol-free, flavored) 
  • Deoxy DG2 0.2% cream 
  • Dry socket preparations 
  • Electrolyte Troches
  • Ketoprofen 2% oral gel
  • KLMP cream (contains: ketoprofen, lidocaine, misoprostol, and phenytoin)
  • Lidocaine 4% mucosal bandage 
  • Lidocaine rinse with misoprostol 0.0024%, triamcinolone 0.1%, 
  • Antacid lip balms for viral lesions
  • Lollipops prepared with the medications used to treat oral thrush and oral sedation
  • Lozenges prepared with the medications used to help prevent gagging 
  • Mouth rinses prepared with the medications used to treat (lidocaine, diphenhydramine and sodium bicarbonate in normal saline) aphthous ulcers or chemotherapy-induced stomatitis 
  • Mouth rinses prepared with the medications used to stop oral bleeding during dental procedures for patients who take anticoagulants 
  • Triamcinolone 0.2% mouth rinse, (various concentrations and flavors)
  • Tetracaine 0.5% Solution (various flavors) 
  • Topical muscle relaxants/analgesics 
  • Topical anesthetics 

Burning Mouth Syndrome

Various preparations are also available to treat Burning Mouth Syndrome.  Requests for anesthetic/analgesic and antibiotic/anti-infective mouthwashes such as 

Post Surgical Bleeding:

Tranexamic acid solution (4.8%) used as a mouthwash has been used successfully to prevent postsurgical bleeding after oral surgery without dose modification of oral anticoagulants.

Miracle Mouthwashes: 

Compounding dental mouthwashes or rinses may offer numerous advantages over commercially available dosage forms.  Elixirs, syrups, and suspensions often contain preservatives such as alcohol which can cause reactions or gastrointestinal irritation, or sugar which makes the preparation undesirable for prolonged use in the mouth or for diabetic patients.

Most common disorders that we compound for:

  • Burning Mouth Syndrome
  • Dry mouth stomatis and mucositis
  • Gag reflex suppression
  • Oral thrush
  • Periodontal Therapy
  • Pain and infection topical therapy
  • Topical anesthetics

Should a customized preparation be needed without the unnecessary excipients - i.e., a sugar-free, dye-free, lactose-free, and preservative-free dosage form can eliminate concerns of palatability, alcohol content and dyes which may stain exposed mucosa.


*These are a list of the most commonly requested ingredients/preparations - other ingredients and preparations are available by request.*

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