Dental implants bring all kinds of good things when you choose to get them as your natural teeth replacement after losing one or more of your teeth. You get to use them just as you would your natural teeth, and take care of them in the same way. However, dental implants come with a lengthy recovery process that can sometimes last for several months.
Many implant dentistry in Mesa patients wonder what they can do to speed the recovery phase up while they wait to be able to use their implants in full capacity when they have finished healing. The best thing anyone can do is to take care of their implant sites and try not to eat anything that could upset the sites and make the recovery phase longer.
The trick is to make sure you are stocked up on nice, soft foods that you can eat anytime you’d like that won’t cause any undue damage to your recovering implant sites. You will quickly find that your options won’t be that limited, since there are all kinds of good things you can eat that are softer, tasty, and healthy for you.
Try to keep plenty of items like eggs, soft sausage patties, pastas, soft breads or rolls, pancakes, potatoes, and of course, plenty of soups around. You can also enjoy cooked vegetables (try not to eat harder veggies raw, as they could affect your implant sites) and various kinds of fish.
If you are a diabetic patient, you can find some delicious options, as well. Think about brown rice, whole wheat pastas, oatmeal, sugar-free versions of desserts like pudding and applesauce, and low-fat options such as yogurt.
While you might think your food choices are going to be quite limited as you recover from your dental implants procedure, you’ll find that by prepping some foods in certain ways or just getting creative with what you eat, you will be able to make it through your recovery phase without too many complaints about the range of foods you can potentially enjoy.