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The power to manage your diabetes with confidence.

Make better treatment decisions in the moment without finger pricks.*

*Finger pricks required for diabetes treatment decisions if symptoms or expectations do not match readings.

The Dexcom CGM Difference

Pioneer and leader in Real-time CGM, our goal at Dexcom is to simplify and improve diabetes management for every possible person with diabetes.

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Real-time glucose readings.

No finger pricks.* No scanning.

*Finger pricks required for diabetes treatment decisions if symptoms or expectations do not match readings.

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Exceptional Accuracy.†

Better informed treatment decisions.

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Intuitive features.

Customisable alarms.

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Proven Results.

Lower HbA1C. More time in range.1,2

Find the right Dexcom CGM for you

Whatever your diabetes needs are, we have a Real-Time CGM for you. Explore our range of products.

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Best for people with T1 or T2 diabetes using insulin who are looking for an easy and accessible Real-Time CGM system.

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Best for people with type 1 diabetes who may need extra support such as people who are hypo unaware, children or those using a connected insulin pump.

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“Diabetes should not be a barrier to achieving your ambitions and dreams.”

“Dexcom CGM has been the biggest game-changer in my diabetes management to date. The anxiety I had experienced eased, my management improved. I was able to see my glucose by simply looking down at my wrist§, then make treatment decisions then and there. I feel so much more confident on stage and in the practice room teaching.”


Lucy F., Dexcom Warrior

T1D, 22 Years


The featured Warrior is a sponsored spokesperson of Dexcom.

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Questions & Additional Support

Whether you’re a new Dexcom customer or just have a question, we’re here to help.

NHS Funding for Dexcom

Learn how to seek NHS or self-funding for your Dexcom CGM system.

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New to Dexcom?

Get started on your journey to zero fingerpricks* or scanning with our simple self-guided training programme.

References:

* Finger pricks required for diabetes treatment decisions if symptoms or expectations do not match readings.

† Dexcom G6, Dexcom G7, and Dexcom ONE User Guides

‡ Discuss with your HCP on how to use CGM information to manage diabetes.

§ For a list of compatible smart devices, please visit our Compatibility Page.

1 Beck RW, et al. JAMA. 2017;317(4):371-378.

2 Welsh, JB et al. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2019;21(3).