Lexi-Comp On Hand Dental Drugs & Interact


Available to use on Android (Including Kindle Fire), Iphone, Ipod Touch, and Ipad


Dental Lexi-Drugs is the Lexicomp master database of drug information pertaining to the field of dentistry. Information on over 7500 commonly prescribed medications and supplemental products is included in this resource for dental professionals.

Lexi-Interact allows you to perform an analysis of a patient's entire drug and natural product profile and identify possible interactions. Fully referenced and evidence-based, this application facilitates patient-specific, risk-to-benefit assessment. Each interaction monograph contains the following ratings:

Reliability Rating: Indicates the quantity and nature of documentation for an interaction.
Risk Rating: Reflects both the level of urgency and the nature of actions necessary to respond to an interaction:

A - No known interaction
B - No action needed
C - Monitor therapy
D - Consider therapy modification
X - Avoid combination

Severity Rating: Indicates the reported or possible magnitude of an interaction outcome.


Dental Lexi-Drugs provides mobile access to our dental specific, point-of-care information. Updates can be downloaded automatically, as often as daily. Each drug monograph within Dental Lexi-Drugs contains up to 32 fields of information, including the following dental-specific fields of interest:

  • Special Alerts
  • Local Anesthetic/Vasoconstrictor Precautions
  • Effects on Dental Treatment
  • Effects on Bleeding
  • Dental Dosing for Selected Drug Classifications
  • Adverse Effects, Contraindications, Warnings/Precautions
  • Dental Comment

Use Lexi-Interact to quickly and easily review potential drug interactions. Analyzing a patient profile is as easy as: Select, Analyze, and Review.

SELECT - A patient-specific drug profile may be entered into Lexi-Interact by either generic or brand name.
ANALYZE - The Analysis Results screen provides a summary of drug interactions identified from the selected profile.
REVIEW - Each of the more than 1370 Lexi-Interact monographs provides a summary statement of the interaction, a scientific and clinically-relevant review of applicable literature (including full literature citations), and a list of strategies for preventing and/or managing the interaction. The potential for pharmacologically similar drugs to be involved in the same interaction is discussed.
Please note: This mobile app operates on up to two devices per subscriber, during the subscription period only. Only one individual per subscription.