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How does Compounding Pharmacy Help with Dentistry?

VPharmacy provides  tailored medications to meet the specific needs of patients, enhancing comfort, compliance, and treatment outcomes. Compounded medications can address a wide range of dental issues, from pain management and infection control to sedation and unique topical applications for gum disease or oral lesions. The flexibility in compounding allows for the creation of dosage forms that are not commercially available, making treatment more accessible and effective for patients with special needs, including children and the elderly, as well as for procedures requiring precise dosages or specific combinations of medications.

What types of Compounded Dental Medications are available at VPharmacy?


Antimicrobial Rinses treat or prevent oral infections, especially in periodontal disease. Compounding allows for the addition of flavors to improve taste, potentially increasing compliance with antimicrobial rinses.

  • Mouth Rinses to stop Oral Bleeding. For patients on anticoagulant therapy, managing oral bleeding during and after dental procedures can be challenging. Anticoagulants, such as warfarin, dabigatran, apixaban, and rivaroxaban, reduce the risk of blood clots but increase the risk of bleeding. To address this, compounding pharmacies can prepare specialized mouth rinses designed to promote clot formation and reduce bleeding without necessitating changes to the patient’s anticoagulant regimen.
  • Mouth Rinses for Canker. Rinses specifically formulated for the treatment of canker sores or chemotherapy-induced stomatitis offer symptomatic relief and can aid in the healing process. These conditions cause painful lesions or inflammation in the mouth, significantly impacting a patient’s ability to eat, drink, and speak.


To stimulate saliva production in patients suffering from dry mouth, a common side effect of various medications or radiation therapy, a compound mouth treatment can be formulated. These can be compounded into lozenges or mouthwashes for easier use.


Dry socket, or alveolar osteitis, is a painful condition that can occur after a tooth extraction when the blood clot at the site of the extraction fails to form properly or is dislodged. This exposes the underlying bone and nerves, leading to pain and sometimes an infection.


Compounded lip balms can be particularly effective for managing viral lesions, such as those caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV), which leads to cold sores or fever blisters. These customized lip balms can contain active ingredients that directly target the virus, alleviate symptoms, speed up the healing process, and in some cases, provide pain relief.


These lozenges are designed to help prevent gagging can be particularly beneficial for individuals who experience a strong gag reflex during dental procedures, swallowing pills, or other situations that can trigger gagging.


Mucosal Bandages are specialized compounded formulations designed to adhere to and protect the mucosal surfaces within the mouth. These formulations are particularly useful for covering ulcerated, infected, or tender areas of oral mucosa, providing relief from discomfort and promoting healing.


  • Oral Sedation via Lollipops and Freezer Pops is an innovative approach in pediatric and special needs dentistry that uses friendly treat-like formats to reduce anxiety and discomfort associated with dental procedures. This method of administration is particularly beneficial for patients who experience fear or anxiety about injections or the taste and texture of traditional oral sedatives.
  • Lollipops containing antifungal agents offer a novel and effective way to treat oral thrush, especially in pediatric patients or individuals who may have difficulty with traditional oral antifungal medications. Oral thrush is a fungal infection in the mouth caused by overgrowth of Candida species, leading to white lesions, discomfort, and sometimes difficulty swallowing.


Topical Anesthetics are used to numb the surface of the skin or mucous membranes to provide pain relief or to prepare for minor surgical procedures, injections, or other medical and dental interventions. These medications work by blocking the nerve signals in the skin, which decreases the sensation of pain in the treated area. Compounding pharmacies play a crucial role in formulating topical anesthetics to meet specific patient needs, enhancing both the effectiveness of pain management strategies and patient comfort.


Topical Muscle Relaxants and Analgesics are designed to provide targeted relief from muscle pain, spasms, and inflammation directly at the site of discomfort. These formulations are particularly useful for individuals seeking localized relief without the systemic side effects often associated with oral medications.