Irrespective of the reason behind going for the dental implant surgery, congratulations the process was successful! I know you can’t wait to show off that beautiful smile you have been craving for. However, this is not the end of the road, there is after surgery care that needs to be done. Ask the dreppingdentists.com.au Team for tips on what to do after your dental surgery for a faster recovery.

Remember, 92% of the foodstuffs requires chewing for easier digestion. Therefore, what to eat after dental implant surgery matters a lot!

Whatever you eat after a dental implant surgery will directly affect positively or negatively the healing process. But fret not! Here is an incisive list of food that is not only easy to eat, but also accelerate healing.

Fruits and Veggies

fruits and veggiesFrom a scientific point of view, fruits and veggies are the main sources of Vitamins which are essential nutrients in the body’s healing process. Therefore, a green diet is always a perfect diet.

In addition, a majority of fruits are a soft delicacy and for the few hard ones, a blender or food processor can be of use in softening them. Fruits like berries, ripe peaches and pears are among the best fruits in such a condition. Plus you can go for canned fruits as an immediate alternative.

Vegetables can be softened by steaming, boiling or mashing them all together. Some of the veggies are pumpkin, zucchini, potato, and cauliflower.

Eggs

eggsFor a diet to be complete, proteins must be included. Remember, after the surgery, new body tissues need to be created to help in making the implant firm and the whole process depends on proteins. Therefore, eggs act as the main source of the protein nutrients because of its softness as compared to meat which can be a challenge eating.

For a delicious and healthy meal, mix items like veggies, cheese, and milk into your eggs. Apart from eggs, you can find proteins in beans and fish as another source of protein. And for the meat lover, chop it into small cube-like pieces and cook till soft to avoid tampering with the healing process.

cooked cerealsCooked Cereal

Cereals like wheat, oat bran, rice, and oatmeal are a super choice after oral surgery because they become soft after heating. Add some flavors like cinnamon, berries or vanilla for a magnificent taste.