Are your medications cheaper or more expensive than if I went to a retail pharmacy (i.e. Eckerd’s, CVS, Wal-Mart)?
Most of our medications are cheaper than a retail pharmacy if you don't have an insurance plan with prescription co-pay. Due to low overhead and contract pricing we can offer medications and over the counter products at a reduced rate. If you have an insurance plan with prescription co-pay please ask our price for your medication and compare it with your insurance co-pay price. You will need to know your prescription co-pay for brand and generic in order to compare prices. We do not accept all insurance plans for medications. If your insurance plan is one we do accept, you will pay your standard copay or the actual "cash" price of the medicine, whichever is cheaper.
What Prescriptions and Over the Counter Medicines do you carry?
We carry a wide range of prescription and over the counter items. For questions concerning prescription or over the counter items we carry, please call to speak with our pharmacist.
What does "Rx" stand for?
"Rx" or "Rx" is the symbol for a medical prescription.
What is a prescription?
A medical prescription is an order (usually in written form) by a qualified health care professional to a pharmacist for a medicine to be provided to their patient. A prescription is a legal document, which not only instructs in the preparation and provision of the medicine or device, but indicates the prescriber takes responsibility for the clinical care of the patient and the outcomes that may or may not be achieved.
What is compounding?
Compounding is the process of mixing drugs by a pharmacist to fit the unique needs of a patient. For example, a patient allergic to the dyes used in a pill can obtain a doctor’s prescription for the necessary medicine to be compounded without the offending dye. Compounded medicines (called "compounds") are custom-formulated to provide an alternative when commercially prepared medicines do not address your specific needs.
What is the difference between a regular pharmacy and a compounding pharmacy?
Regular pharmacies only offer medications already mass-produced on the market. Compounding pharmacies like ours; specialize in making custom-tailored drugs, in addition to offering the same non-compounded and over-the-counter drugs that patients can obtain from regular pharmacies.
Why would I need a compounded preparation?
The medication you need is not produced commercially
To tailor the dosage of your medication
To provide an altered method of chemical delivery
To avoid allergies to ingredients found in non-compounded drugs
We can compound any item in any dosage form customized to your individual needs such as: Balm, Capsule, Cream, Gummibears, Gels, Organo-Lecithin gel, Transdermal Gels, Liquid, Lip Balm, Lollipop, Lozenges, Popsicle, Suppository, and Sprays. We can also customize flavors to suit the taste of the patient. At DynQuest Pharmacy, we will compound any medication, in any dosage form, prepared to the doctor's exact specifications.
Do you fill prescriptions for non-compounded drugs?
Yes. We do everything a basic pharmacy does and more!
How do I obtain a compounded preparation?
First, your physician must prescribe it to you and either write you a prescription or call our pharmacy. Then you must place an order with us.
How do I get my prescription filled or refilled by DynQuest Pharmacy?
Visit our Fill Rx page from the home page for detailed information on how to place an order.
Can I transfer my prescription from another pharmacy?
Can I place an order online or via e-mail?
No, you must either call in your order or fill out our fax form and fax it. Visit our Fill Rx page for detailed information on how to place an order.
Do you ship nationally?