Helping you maintain a healthy, active lifestyle.

If you are experiencing any oral or dental issues, compounded medications may be the solution. Compounded medications can be prepared in a variety of formulations to treat a variety of oral and dental conditions. Our pharmacists can work closely with your dentist to prepare medications unique to you and your needs. Compounded medications are often a unique way to make sure the visit to your dentist is as smooth as can be. Compounded medications can provide personalized treatment and the options are unlimited.

 

Many people feel an overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear at the thought of going to the dentist for a variety of reasons. Trips to the dentist do not have to cause you anxiety or discomfort. We can prepare medications to help ease your anxiety and eliminate pain via topical anesthetics. Compounded medications may be prepared in a variety of formulations which includes lollipops, throat sprays, lozenges, mouth rinses, gels, toothpastes, lip balms, and pastes to treat canker sores, dry mouth, oral pain, infections, and gum disease. Compounded medications can also be prepared for the treatment of Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), fever blisters, and to suppress the gag reflex.

 

Cottrill’s

Compounding

Pharmacy,

Dental

 

How to Write a Prescription for Compounded Medication

COTTRILL'S PHARMACY, INC

255 Main Street, Arcade, New York 14009

 

COTTRILL'S SPECIALTY PHARMACY

4919 Ellicott Road, Orchard Park, New York 14127

patientcare@cottrillspharmacy.com

 

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