Custom Medications for Dental Treatments
Visiting a dentist is an anxiety-filled event. Most people despise it due to the tremendous pain they undergo. Bonhamtown Dentistry Compounding Pharmacy offers several ways to overcome your dental fears. We work closely with your dentist and customize a medication for you along with the dosage form and strength to suit your needs and taste. We mean that last part literally!
Since compounding pharmacy is the method of creating customized medicines, our medicines can vary according to the person’s age and level of tolerance.
We prepare customized medicines for dentistry-related issues. Some of our preparations are:
- Topical anesthetics
- Oral sedation administered through lollipops
- Lip balms for the treatment of lesions
- Topical analgesics
- Mouth rinse to stop oral bleeding
- Plaque removal
- Dry socket treatments
- Fluoride treatments
- And many more
Unique Dosage Forms
As a compounded pharmacy, we customize dosage and forms of intake based on the need of the patient. Each person has unique medicinal needs and therefore requires a customized preparation of the medicine. We prepare compounded medicines for all types of patients. Children and senior citizens benefit the most from dental compounding.
Bonhamtown Dentistry Compounding stands apart from other pharmacies due to our customized solutions for every dental problem across all ages. We work closely with your dentist, orthodontist, and periodontist to treat a variety of dental conditions.
We offer the following:
Gels and pastes: Gels and pastes can be used as topical pain relief instead of oral administration. They can even be used as local anesthetics.
Lollipops: Medicinal lollipops are very effective and popular among children and people who are not able to swallow pills easily. We offer pain relievers and local anesthetics in a palatable lollipop form.
Flavoring: With dentistry compounding, we add various flavoring to make our medicines taste better.
Bonhamtown Dentistry Compounding Pharmacy Offers:
- Dental Ointments and Pastes
- Numbing Creams
- Lip Balms
- Oral Sprays
- Mouthwashes and Rinses
- Topical Sprays
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