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12644 San Jose Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32223



WELLHealth Rx works with dentists to formulate special dental compounds to meet your unique needs.

We work with several local dentists to help them make dental procedures much more comfortable.

Some of the specialty compounding for Dentists include:

  • Gag Reflux Suppression Medication
  • Anti-Nausea Transdermal Medications
  • Root Canal Pastes
  • Dry Mouth, Stomatitis, and Mucositis Medications
  • Dry Socket Mixtures
  • Miracle Mouthwashes for Aphthous Ulcers, Canker Sores, and Oral Lesions
  • Mouth Rinses that contain Anti Funguls, Anti Virals, Antihistamines, and Anesthetics
  • Transdermal Topical Medications for pain
  • Topical Anesthetics
  • TMJ Medications
  • Pleasantly Flavored Medications
  • Sugar Free, Preservative Free, Lactose Free, Dye Free Medications
  • Unavailable or Hard to Find Medications
  • Pre and Post Procedural Anti Anxiety Medications
  • Bleaching/Whitening Agents

Some commonly used dental dosage forms include:

  • Dental Ointments and Pastes
  • Mouthwashes and Rinses
  • Gels, Oral, Topical
  • Troches/Sublinguals
  • Mucosal Bandages (Polyoxyl)
  • Lollipops
  • Chapstick/Lipstick, Lip Balms
  • Powder Puffer
  • Oral and Topical Sprays
  • Capsules
  • Popsicles

Please have your Dentists office call us if they don’t know about WELLHealth Rx so that we may offer our comfort services to you!
Disclaimer –
No compounded medication is reviewed by the FDA for safety/efficacy. WELLHealth Rx is a licensed compounding pharmacy that only engages in compounding in
response to a physician's prescription. A written prescription from a licensed physician is required for compounded medication. The information on the site is general in nature and is only intended for use as an educational tool. You should consult your physician or a WELLHealth Rx pharmacist if you have any specific questions relating to the diagnosis and treatment of any health problems. Information and statements about products and health conditions have not been evaluated by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), nor has the FDA approved the products to diagnose, cure or prevent disease. Office use/hospital use of compounded medications are not to be billed to Medicaid or Medicare. Such billings may be in violation of federal law.