Veterinary Formulations

We custom formulate medication for your companion animals that are flavorful, convenient and easy to use.

Bio-Identical Hormones

Control symptoms and improve the quality of your life with our compounded Bio-Identical hormones.

Prescription Compounding

We compound custom medications with a prescription from your doctor.

Natural Therapeutics

We offer pharmaceutical grade vitamins and supplements. Our trained staff can help you choose the best option for your lifestyle.

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689 E. Nees Ave.
Fresno, California 93720
Phone : 559-439-1190
Fax :     559-439-1655
Service Hours

Monday - Friday : 9:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday - Sunday : Closed


thumb imageWhat is Compounding?

Simply put, compounding is a delicate and exact science that allows medication to be made or altered by a compounding pharmacist to suit the patient’s specific needs. It has long been an established tradition that allows your physician to prescribe you a very unique medication.

These days, prescription medication is mass produced by pharmaceutical drug companies and it is an advantage to most since it is readily available. Compounded medication, however, is for those special cases where a patient may have an allergic reaction to a certain drug’s ingredient. But because taking the drug may cause more harm than good for the patient, that medication can be compounded to have that certain ingredient substituted or removed.

There are many other ways that compounding is useful as well. If for example, a child will not willingly ingest his or her medicine because of the bad aftertaste, compounding can flavor medications to mask the medicine’s taste with the child’s preferred flavor. It is also beneficial for pediatric patients who cannot swallow a large pill or when the dosage is too high. Compounding can transform large capsules to other forms like syrup and can weaken the dosage appropriately.

Compounded medication are prescribed by a licensed physician, nurse, practitioner, naturopath or veterinarian and altered or created by a licensed compounding pharmacist in a safe and controlled environment such as a compounding laboratory.

Compounding is generally used in areas such as:

  • Ophthalmics
  • Urology/ED
  • Weight Loss/HCG
  • Hormone Replacement
  • Autism
  • Veterinary
  • Pain Management
  • Pediatrics
  • Dental
  • Dermatology

Medical-Dental Pharmacy specializes in:

  • Veterinary Formulations
  • Women’s Health
  • Men’s Health
  • Sterile Compounding
  • Urology
  • Adrenal/Thyroid Dysfunction
  • Dermatology
  • Dentistry
  • Drug Shortages
  • Discontinued Medications
  • Natural Therapeutics

Can any pharmacy Compound?img

No. There are certain preparations that are needed when it comes to compounding prescription medication. Chemicals and equipment for this are not available in most pharmacies. At Medical-Dental Pharmacy, our pharmacists and technicians have had the experience and additional training in compounding techniques allowing us to formulate and prepare compounded medication.

Our compounding lab includes a Class 1000 clean room and is equipped with state-of-the-art compounding equipment and grade A ingredients. With these, we can also create unique formulations in containers and devices suitable for medication administration based on what the compounded medicine takes form of.

Compounded medication can take the form of, but is not limited to:

  • Topical and Oral Sprays
  • Creams, Lotions, and Gels
  • Modified Release Capsules
  • Medicated Lozenges and Troches
  • Sterile Injections
  • Sugar-Free Preparations
  • Preservative-Free Formulas
  • Gluten Free Formulations
  • Hospice Formulations
  • Impotence and Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Formulations
  • Discontinued Medications
  • Medicated Lollipops
  • Geriatric Dosages
  • Pediatric Dosages
  • Otic Insufflations
  • Nasal Sprays
  • Lip Balms
  • Freezer Pops
  • Urethral Inserts
  • GI Tube Suspensions
  • Bladder Instillations
  • Gastric Bypass Surgery Formulations

If you have any questions regarding our services, please do not hesitate to call us at 559-439-1190. You may also leave us a message through our online Contact Us form.

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