Our pharmacists can custom-prepare medications in a variety dosage forms, including:

- Capsules
- Oral suspensions
- Troches/Lozenges or Lollipops
- Topical preparations (creams, gels, ointments & lotions)
- Suppositories
- Vaginal creams
- Lip Balms
- Pediatric formulations
- Nasal sprays

Capsules

Medication can be compounded into capsules when an alternate strength is required or to avoid potential allergens or irritants. It also use to combine multiple medications to lessens the number of doses to be taken.

*None-gelatin capsules also are available for vegetarian.

Oral Suspensions

Many medications can be compounded as oral liquids for those patients who have difficulty swallowing tablets and capsules. Compounding pharmacists can also create a more pleasant-tasting oral solutions for those who can’t tolerate the taste of commercially available liquid.

Troches/Lozenges or Lollipops

This is a unique formulation for patients who need to keep drugs in mouth when local action is needed. Troches may also be placed under the tongue which allow the medication to enter the bloodstream quickly and easily. These dosage forms can be enhanced with natural sweeteners and pleasant-tasting flavors, making it ideal for pediatric and elderly patients.

Topical Preparations

(creams, gels, sprays, foams, ointments & lotions) Topical preparations absorb direction through the skin may help avoid and lessen potential side effect compare to oral medications. This formulation is very convenience and widely prescribed for pain management, nausea/vomiting, hormone therapy.

Suppositories

This formulation is ideal for patient who cannot tolerate oral medications. Suppositories are can be given rectally, vaginally or uretharally. By melting or dissolving into the body cavity, they allow the medication to pass quickly into the bloodstream. They can be used for hormone replacement therapy (HRT), to fight nausea, or to treat local conditions such as hemorrhoids, infections, or inflammation.