Dermatology and the compounding pharmacy

Compounding Pharmacy lead pharmacist Charles Bonner of Stevens Pharmacy answers your questions

Compounding Pharmacy lead pharmacist Charles Bonner of Stevens Pharmacy answers your questions

Stevens Pharmacy and Dermatology

Our compounding professionals can prepare individualized therapies for a myriad of dermatologic problems. Compounding pharmacists continue to improve both the aesthetic and therapeutic aspects of customized medications, offering alternatives and advantages for dermatology.

We can compound medications into cosmetically appealing creams, topical sprays and powders, as well as create customized oral dosage forms (such as flavored troches or lollipops) and various preparations for other routes of administration.

Compatible drugs can be combined into a single dosage form to simplify a medication administration schedule and improve compliance. USP approved chemicals can be utilized to enhance the absorption of topically applied medications.

We commonly prepare unique formulations that physicians develop to meet specific needs of their patient population, or “tried and true” formulas acquired during medical training.

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