patients don't need to stop low-dose aspirin before ORAL surgery

The latest thinking is that patients don't need to stop low-dose aspirin before ORAL surgery.

This makes sense...experts have already said that warfarin therapy shouldn't be stopped for dental surgery.

Aspirin is usually discontinued 7 to 10 days before ANY surgical procedure to limit the risk of uncontrolled bleeding.

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