Is Aspirin to be taken for every dental appointment after total replacement?
stop aspirin only if you should have tooth extraction
Hello. I have been through your question and undersyand your concern.
If you are planning an invasive procedure at the dentist, like tooth extraction, then you should stop taking aspirin 7 days before the procedure.
Otherwise you should take it normally, every day.
Wish you the best health
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