Benefits of Dentistry Compounding Medicine.

Compounding is the art and science of preparing customized medications for patients. In recent years, dentistry compounding medicine has experienced a renaissance as modern technology and innovative techniques and research have allowed more dentists and other healthcare providers.

Benefits of Dentistry Compounding Medicine

Customize a medication that will keep you smiling

The benefits that compounding introduces to the dental arena are considerable and valuable to both you and your dentist.

  • Our mission is to offer the most up-to-date treatments in order to make you look good, feel good and keep your teeth for a lifetime. 
  • Good oral health, a positive self-image, and a nice smile are just three of the benefits of modern dental care.

Benefits of Bay Life Compounding Pharmacy

Patients and dentists can benefit from our compounding services. Here are some of the top reasons to choose our Bay Life compounding pharmacy:

  • Reduced Anxiety
  • Creative Formulations
  • Flavoured Solutions
  • Improved Patient-Dentist Relationship

Many dentists, periodontists, and prosthodontists utilize the benefits that Bay Life compounding can offer and with a prescription, we can prepare a variety of personalized formulations including:

  • Lip balms 
  • Lollipops/Freezer Pops 
  • Mouth Rinses 
  • Gels and Pastes
  • Topical muscle relaxants/analgesics


  • One of the greatest benefits of compounding medications is the ability to develop dosage forms that suit each individual patient.
  • Some people have difficulty swallowing a pill, while others have severe needle anxiety.

Perfecting the size and shape of your teeth

  • For genetic, orthodontic, or nutritional reasons, or as the result of injuries or damage, your teeth may not all be the same size and shape.
  • It may include using veneers to cover your otherwise healthy teeth to perfect their shape, colour, spacing, width, and length.

Repair chips and cracks

  • Even very strong tooth enamel is vulnerable to being cracked and chipped as the result of injuries or because it was rendered vulnerable by poor dental hygiene, infection, or decay. 

Compounding To Treat Anxiety

  • Dentists use compounded medications to help alleviate their patients’ severe anxiety brought on by a visit to the dentist.