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8 AM - 6 PM 9 AM - 1 PM Closed

Phone: (972) 492-4411
Fax: (972) 492-4122

1925 East Rosemeade Parkway
Carrollton, TX 75007
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Prescription Compounding

Trinity Pharmacy offers both sterile and non-sterile compounding. As a compounding pharmacy, we have the opportunity to work closely with a variety of practice specialties - urology, obstetrics, gynecology, veterinary, pediatrics, podiatry, pain management, aesthetics and many more. Our pharmacy is committed to providing you with high quality compounded medications in the dosage form and strength prescribed by the physician.

When is Compounding Necessary?

Compounding is necessary in many situations such as:
  • Drug shortages or discontinuations where the commercial product is unavailable (very common since 2009)
  • Medications need flavoring to make them more palatable
  • Commercial products contain fillers which patients are allergic to
  • Patient requires dosage form or strength which is not available commercially

What is Compounding / What Does Compounding Mean?

Compounding is the practice of combining the latest medical knowledge with state-of-the-art technology together to make customized medications from scratch. Compounding, once the foundation of pharmacy practice has become less common. At Trinity Pharmacy we have maintained the practice of compounding. Our team of professionals have each received specialized training in the art and science of compounding that enables them to prepare customized medications from scratch to meet the unique needs of patients and physicians alike.

The demand for professional compounding has increased as commercially available products have gone on extended backorders or otherwise become unavailable. Furthermore, commercially available products often fall short of meeting a patients needs due to the strengths available or the inclusion or exclusion of certain ingredients.

Benefits of Compounding

There are numerous benefits to compounding ranging from things as simple as flavoring to as complex as changing the delivery system of a medication. Perhaps the greatest benefit is that a treatment can be custom tailored to each person's unique needs.