Just looking for some general feedback or recommendation on course of action: Today, I had a dentist call in acyclovir from a state that is 2500miles+ away from my state. I asked what strength and she did not know. She said whatever it was previously. I asked whats the directions and she did not know either and said whatever it was previously. And she gave a couple refills as well. From the patient's history this has been prescribed from general practitioners not dentists and patient is routinely on the medication monthly. Acyclovir is FDA approved for genital herpes. Based on these facts, I called dentist back to confirm if this is dental related or not and if this is a current patient of the dentist. Dentist seemed very defensive and basically said this is for cold sores and it is been working for patient. Dentist also said she is seeing the patient and this is for current dental treatment (which she is calling from a state 2500+ miles away!). I feel like the dentist is not being honest. I don't believe the patient is picking up this medication in one state and then flying 5+ hours on an airplane to get dental treatment from this dentist. What would you guys do? I'm almost feeling like I need to call the board of dentistry.