You will need to register with a pharmacy to get the prescribed medicine from your general practioner.
You can find an Apotheek on the website apotheek.nl (In Dutch).
Opening hours for pharmacies vary, but the address of the nearest out-of-hours pharmacy will be indicated on the door.
Some hospitals in the Netherlands have an onsite pharmacy where you can fill your prescription after you have been treated there, rather than going to your own pharmacy.
More info on when to go to a general practitioner (huisarts) if you are an international student and where can you find them?
The Dutch word for dentist is 'tandarts'. Almost all dental practices in the Netherlands are private, there are no state practices.
Medical costs can be high in the Netherlands, especially if you require specialized care at a hospital. Therefore, health insurance is essential.