What Can I Eat After Getting Dental Implants?

Eating is one of life’s great joys, but it can often become a burden after receiving dental surgery or dental implants. However, there are many foods that you can eat after these procedures, some of which you might find very enjoyable.

Your prescribed diet depends on many factors, and you should always receive explicit directions from your dentist after any dental implant procedure. The ADA recommends choosing a nutrient-rich liquid or soft-foods diet. These foods can include low-fat dairy, lean meats, eggs, and beans. Some other great options are:

  • oatmeal
  • soup with soft vegetables
  • soft cheese
  • smoothies
  • yogurt
  • protein shakes
  • pasta and noodles
  • polenta
  • baked apples
  • peanut butter
  • tuna
  • macaroni and cheese
  • cooked vegetables
  • hummus

While dental implants may seem intimidating, in reality, they are an excellent treatment option for a wide variety of patients suffering from missing or chipped teeth, periodontal disease, or other issues.

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