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I have 100% blocked carotid artery on right side and doctor said no surgery. I need some dental work down properly teeth pulled on right side will that be safe. I am taking aspirin daily

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First, why did your Dr. say no surgery? Second, I think I would get a second opinion on the surgery. Lastly, Be sure to tell your dentist about your condition. And continue taking the aspirin. Typically, they will do surgery at about 75 % occlusion.

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