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Dental Infection & Abscess

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The mouth is full of bacteria from foods, saliva, and plaque. Sometimes, these bacteria can enter into a tooth or below the gumline, resulting in a tooth infection or abscess.

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In addition to producing pain and discomfort, dental infections can result in life-threatening complications if untreated in a timely manner.

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To reduce the risk of complications, we can provide immediate relief and treatment for uncomplicated dental and oral infections.

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Complicated dental infections and abscess may require a dental procedure to eradicate

Warning : Complicated dental infections and abscesses may require an in-person doctor visit

What we prescribe:

We prescribe oral and topical antibiotics to halt the spread of dental infections.

Amoxicillin, Augmentin, Clindamycin, and Antibiotic paste/liquid, and more

Oral Thrush (Oropharyngeal candidiasis)

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Medication such as inhaled steroids, antibiotics that disturb the natural microorganism balance in the body

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Denture can cause dry mouth which can in turn result in oral thrush

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Uncontrolled diabetes encourages the growth of yeast (candida)

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Weakened immunity from certain conditions and treatment such as cancer, chemotherapy, HIV/AIDs

Treatment: Treatment with an antifungal improves symptoms and reduces the risk of developing esophagitis.

What we prescribe: Fluconazole, Nystatin, Clotrimazole, Miconazole

Cold Sore
(Oral Herpes)
(Herpes Labialis)

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Oral herpes is primarily caused by HSV-1 (Herpes Simplex Virus). It is transmitted when you come in contact with an infected saliva from kissing, sharing utensils or oral intercourse.

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The virus causes the characteristic painful sores or blisters on the lips, mouth, gum and other parts of the mouth. Symptoms show up after 2-12 days of exposure.

What we prescribe:

To reduce the frequency, severity and duration of outbreaks, we prescribe antivirals such as Acyclovir and Valacyclovir (Pill and Ointment available)

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FAQ

Simply select an applicable condition, answer a few health questions and submit to a licensed to a licensed medical provider for review. If applicable, a phone call, text, or video chat may be needed. Once completed, a prescription will be sent to the pharmacy or delivered to your doorstep.
Unfortunately, we are not accepting any insurance carriers at this moment. We can provide you with an itemized receipt for insurance reimbursement. Insurance may be used for your drug at the pharmacy, labs, and other third-party tests.
Simply contact us immediately via email or text. We'll be happy to resend your prescription or transfer it to a different pharmacy. Unfortunately, this does not qualify for cancellation or refund.
Just like your traditional doctor's office, patients are responsible for covering the medication cost out of pocket or with insurance.
You may pay out of pocket or request an alternative drug.
Yes, prior to us rendering the service. Unfortunately, the consultation fee is nonrefundable once we have rendered the service or ordered the prescription. We're happy to retreat, reevaluate, or rectify any issues that may arise.
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