No need for hospitalization
In this method, the patient can perform surgery and dentistry procedures without interrupting or changing the dose of anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs and hospitalization.
Tooth extraction on warfarin
If you are taking anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs, such as warfarin, do your dental surgery without the need for hospitalization or stopping and changing the dose of the medication and taking the risk.
This method has been performed for many patients so far and has been quite successful. You can read their comments and files in the “Patients’ Comments” section.
Hi, Dear client
Wellcome to Dr. Ali Beigi’s Website
I am Dr. Mehdi Ali Beigi, a dental surgeon. In this website, I intend to introduce you to new and scientific methods in performing oral and dental surgery for consumers of anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs, such as warfarin and aspirin, by researching and translating modern articles.
In this procedure, there will be no need to stop or change the dose of warfarin before oral surgery, such as tooth extraction. I am committed to helping keep your mouth and teeth healthy.
Find the answers to your questions in the encyclopedia
In what conditions are anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs prescribed?Scientific-EducationalMarch 6, 2020
Post-operative bleeding risks for dental proceduresScientific-EducationalMay 18, 2020
How do anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs work?Scientific-EducationalMay 18, 2020
Treating a Patient Taking an Injectable AnticoagulantScientific-EducationalMay 19, 2020
Treating a Patient Taking a Novel Oral AnticoagulantScientific-EducationalMay 19, 2020
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What is the INR Index?
The effect of warfarin on the blood is measured by an INR test and stands for International Normalized Ratio. Another name for it at the time was standardized prothrombin, which is actually a standardized ratio between different laboratories.
The INR level in healthy individuals is about 1.1, and the recommended treatment levels depend on the patient’s condition, and in most cases between 2 and 3. However, higher levels are required in patients with artificial heart valves.