What Do I Eat After A Dental Implant? | Oral Surgeon in Lakewood NY – Dr. David Todd, Oral Surgery

What Do I Eat After A Dental Implant? | Oral Surgeon in Lakewood NY

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After receiving your dental implant placement, you may be advised by our oral surgeon in 14750 to follow a soft food diet lasting from a few days to several weeks. Recommended foods to eat after a dental implant placement include nutrient-rich foods like soft fruits and vegetables, eggs, low-fat dairy, and beans.

All these foods promote healthy healing because of their high nutritional content and being easy on the teeth. Here are some more healthy food ideas you can try after your dental implant surgery:


After receiving your dental implant placement, you may be advised by our team to follow a soft food diet lasting from a few days to several weeks. Recommended foods to eat after a dental implant placement include nutrient-rich foods like soft fruits and vegetables, eggs, low-fat dairy, and beans.

All these foods promote healthy healing because of their high nutritional content and being easy on the teeth. Here are some more healthy food ideas you can try after your dental implant surgery:

Protein Shakes

Drinking a protein shake is a great way to get needed protein and vitamins into your diet. Mixing protein powder with milk is an easy way to consume what your body needs without being harsh on your teeth.

Make sure to avoid using a straw when drinking your shake for the first few days. We recommend drinking from a glass instead, because the suction from the straw may reopen the surgically repaired site before it has a chance to heal properly. 

Cottage Cheese

With its smooth texture and nutrients, cottage cheese is another great protein to add to your recovery diet. This food allows for easy consumption and will help to avoid any potential irritation in the implant area.

Soup

Soup is a great meal to have after dental implant surgery because it is mostly liquid and can be quite filling. Before you eat soup, make sure it is not too hot for your mouth to handle.

Soups and stews are rich in vitamins and nutrients while being very easy to consume. Avoid soups with large, chunky vegetables, or dense and chewy proteins in them to avoid debris getting stuck in the implant area.

If you have any questions about dental implant placement, other food recommendations, or would like to schedule an appointment, contact our oral surgery office in Lakewood, NY today.

Dr. Todd Oral Surgery
Phone: (716) 484-8091
120 Southwestern Dr., Lakewood, NY 14750
Lakewood , NY 14750

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