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Dexcom G7


Dexcom G7, the simple CGM system, delivers real-time glucose numbers to your smartphone* or smart watch‡—no fingersticks required.† Effortlessly see your glucose levels and where they’re headed, so you can make smarter decisions about food and activity in the moment to take better control of your diabetes.

Additional Details

All-in-one sensor and transmitter
30-minute warm up
12-hour grace period
Can be used during pregnancy
Wear Location: Back of upper arm, Upper Buttocks (Children only 2-6 years)
Smallest Dexcom sensor

Safety Information

Please review all safety information here.


†Fingersticks required for diabetes treatment decisions if symptoms or expectations do not match readings. *To view a list of compatible devices, visit ‡Smart device required to display readings on watch. §An internet connection is required to send data to Dexcom Clarity. ||Dexcom G7 can complete warmup within 30 minutes, whereas other CGM brands require up to an hour or longer. ¶Separate Follow app and internet connection required. #Patient must first sync their Dexcom CGM data with the Dexcom Clarity app and consent to share their data with their healthcare provider.

1 Dexcom, data on file, 2022. 2 Welsh JB, et al. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2022:19322968221099879. 3 Gilbert TR, et al. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2021;23(S1):S35-S39. 4 Beck, RW, et al. JAMA. 2017;317(4):371-378. 5 Beck RW, et al. Ann Intern Med. 2017;167(6):365-374. 6 Martens T, et al. JAMA. 2021;325(22):2262-2272. 7 Dexcom, data on file, 2020. 8 Managed Markets Insights & Technology, LLC. MMIT Analytics, June 2022. 9 dQ&A US Q1 2021 Diabetes Connections Patient Panel Report. 2021;69-72. 10 Seagrove HCP Survey Q1 2021. 11 Dexcom G7 CGM System User Guide.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is different from Dexcom G6 to Dexcom G7?

Smaller, Faster, All in one sensor and transmitter. For a complete list please see

Is my Dexcom G7 Sensor covered?

 This will vary based on your specific insurance coverage. You might access it at your local pharmacy utilizing your pharmacy benefit, or alternatively, it could involve going through a Durable Medical Equipment Supplier by using your Medical Benefit, potentially resulting in full coverage at 100%. Please reach out to our office, and we'll assess whether you qualify for these benefits.

How Long Does a Decom G7 Sensor Last?

A Dexcom G7 Sensor Lasts 10 Days.

What do I do if my sensor falls off or malfunctions?

Please contact Dexcom’s customer service department here for complimentary replacements.

Are Dexcom G7 Sensor Waterpoof?

Dexcom G7 Sensors are waterproof 2.4m - up to 24 hours

At what age can I start using a Dexcom G7 Sensor?

Dexcom G7 sensor has received FDA approval for children at 2 years old.

Where do I wear my Dexcom G7 Sensor?

You wear your Dexcom G7 Sensor on your Abdomen for ages 7+ and Upper Buttocks (for children only 2-6 years old)

I am pregnant, can I still use my Dexcom G7?

Yes, Dexcom G7 has FDA approval for this occurrence.

Am I required to have a Dexcom G7 Reader?

·       For Medicare customers: Medicare does not cover Dexcom G7 CGM supplies that are used only with a smartphone or other mobile device. Here are some examples of how a Medicare patient may use a smart device with their Dexcom receiver:

·       A patient uses both a receiver and a smartphone throughout the day

·       A patient uses a receiver some days of the week and their smartphone other days of the week

·       CMS Policy

·Coverage of CGM system supplies and accessories are available for those therapeutic CGM systems where the beneficiary uses a receiver classified as DME to display glucose data. There is no Medicare benefit for supplies used with equipment that is not classified as DME. However, Medicare coverage is available for the CGM system supplies and accessories if a non-DME device (smartphone, tablet, etc.) is used in conjunction with the durable CGM receiver. Coverage of CGM system supplies and accessories are available for those therapeutic CGM systems where the beneficiary uses a receiver classified as DME to display glucose data. If a beneficiary intends to never use the receiver as the display device, the supplies and accessories are not covered by Medicare.

Still have more questions?

Please contact our office and one of our experts will assist you or visit the manufactures website for more information.