We work together with dentists and their patients to solve problems using customized medications.

Dentistry Compounds

We offer many popular compounded products used in offices by dentists and dental hygienists.

Patient Optimized

Medications can be compounded into creams, gels, and other various routes of administration.

Custom Dental Care

Our specially trained compounding pharmacists are able to work with you to create customized medication solutions.

Upon a prescription order, we can compound:

  • Lip balms for viral lesions
  • Topical muscle relaxants/analgesics
  • Topical anesthetics
  • Non-staining antibacterial rinses
  • Oral sedation in lollipops and freezer pops
  • Lollipops for oral thrush
  • Mouth rinses for aphthous ulcers or chemotherapy-induced stomatitis
  • Mouth rinse to stop oral bleeding during dental procedures for patients who take anticoagulants
  • Dry socket preparations
  • “Mucosal bandages” to cover ulcerated, infected, or tender mucosa
  • Lozenges that help to prevent gagging
  • And many more unique preparations and novel delivery systems

Medications are manufactured in a limited number of strengths and dosage forms that will satisfy the needs of most patients due to stability concerns, and the cost of stocking and distributing numerous formulations of each drug. Using pharmaceutical grade chemicals and specialized equipment not found in most pharmacies, we can compound medications in doses and dosage forms that are not commercially available. We want to optimize the care of every patient. Just let us know what you need!

Steven’s Dentistry Compounds

Here are some of our compounded products that are popular for use in the office by dentists and dental hygienists.

PFG & PFG Lite

PFG is an topical anesthetic gel made from a powerful combination of tetracaine, lidocaine, and prilocaine. It allows for gingival recontouring and other soft tissue procedures with little or no need for local anesthesia. If a patient were to be given local anesthesia via injection, the patient would experience no burn or sting. With PFG, you can nearly eliminate the need for lower blocks, which are not patient-friendly, and achieve instant pulpal anesthesia without any tongue or cheek numbness. We also compound PFG Lite, which is half the strength and provides good anesthesia for deep cleanings and other work the dental hygienist might do but has less risk of sloughing. It is dispensed in 30g and 45g tubes.

PFG Info & Articles PFG Safety Data PFG & DYC Order Form


PFP is similar to PFG, but contains thickener and 2% phenylephrine to prevent bleeding. It is dispensed in 30g and 45g tubes.

PFP Order Form


DBG is similar to PFG, but contains sweetener, thickener, and 2% phenylephrine to prevent bleeding. It is dispensed in 30g and 45g tubes.

DBG Order Form


DYC is a topical anesthetic in the form of a rinse that patients can swish around for one minute to anesthetize gingival and palatal tissues. It is fantastic for hygiene patients who needs some anesthesia but don’t want local infiltrations or blocks. It also works well for needle-phobic, sensitive hygiene patients, and for patients who gag during impressions. It is dispensed in 480mL and 960mL bottles.

DYC Info & Articles PFG & DYC Order Form
Dental Compounding
Topical Therapy for Pain and Infection
Dry Mouth, Stomatis, and Mucositis
Therapy for Temporo-Mandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ)
Suppressing the Gag Reflex
Transdermal Anti-Emetics
Periodontal Therapy
'Miracle Mouthwashes'

Examples of Compounded Medications

We are dedicated to meeting the unique needs of dental patients, and we welcome your questions and medication problems. Our compounding professionals are problem-solving specialists!

Examples of customized medications for dental care:

  • Anti-Viral Lip Balms
  • Ketamine/Ketoprofen/Gabapentin gel
  • Ketoprofen/Cyclobenzaprine topical gel
  • Lidocaine/Prilocaine gel in plasticized base
  • Mucosal Bandages
  • Oxytetracycline/Hydrocortisone Suspension
  • Peruvian Balsam/Eugenol
  • Sucralfate Oral Adhesive Paste
  • Tranexamic Acid Mouthwash
  • Triple-Anesthetic gel – benzocaine/lidocaine/tetracaine (“BLT”)

All formulations are customized per prescription to meet the unique needs of each patient. Please contact our compounding pharmacist to discuss the dosage form, strength, and medication or combination that is most appropriate for your patient.

Welcome to Steven's Compounding Pharmacy

Our specially trained compounding pharmacists are available to answer any questions you may have.