TNT Pharmacy & Compounding Center 12505 Beach Bl #A2 Stanton, CA 90680 p:(714)899-1898 f:(714)899-1867     TNT Pharmacy 2 & Compounding Center 705 W. La Veta #110A Orange, CA 92868 p:(714)538-6868 f:(714)538-6865   Follow us on Facebook and Twitter! CAN’T FIND A PRODUCT? The following are AVAILABLE at TNT Pharmacy: CYCLONE PROFOUND GEL PROFOUND PET GEL     TNT Pharmacy compounding pharmacists work with dentists and each individual                         patient to formulate a personalized dental medication .           Examples of Common Dental Compounds Mouth rinses for oral ulcerations (canker sores) containing a combination of      various medications like antibiotics, antihistamines, antifungals, anesthetics,      antivirals, corticosteroids, misoprostol, phenytoin, etc.  Mucosal bandages to cover ulcerated, infected, or tender areas on the oral mucosa.  Transdermal preparations for pain syndromes such as neuralgias and       temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ).  These dental compounds might       contain anti-inflammatory agents, either alone or in combination with a pain       drug such as ketamine.  For more information on pain medication, please       feel free to contact us. Cosmetic dental formulations such as bleaching gel or mouthwashes. Commercially unavailable medications and dosage forms, discontinued or     out-of stock medications. Electrolyte troches: helps alter the neural transmission of the vagus and       hypoglossal nerves which alters or reduces the gag reflex.  It has been found that an     electrolyte troche administered and retained intraorally a few minutes       before the start of a procedure can stop or suppress the gag reflex, allowing a mandibular block to be given with much greater ease, which further reduces   the gagging reflex.  Repeated experimentation over a six year period found that some   electrolytes worked better than others, and that a oral form containing sodium, chloride,   bicarbonate, calcium, and potassium was 98% effective.  Troches or electrolyte lollipops   can be prescribed for home use for those patients who can not properly perform oral hygiene procedures due to the gagging problem.  Severe gaggers may need to repeat a   dose in 15 to 20 minutes.    Dent Today 1991 Dec; 10(9): 68-71 Combinations of drugs (topical, oral)  Sugar-free, dye-free, preservative-free medicines  Xylitol products  All rights and materials reserved 2015 TNT Pharmacy