What To Eat (And What To Avoid) After Dental Implant Surgery

If you’ve recently had dental implant surgery or you’re interested in getting implants at Jackson Family Dentistry, you may be wondering what you should eat during the 1-2 week recovery period. In this blog, we’ll discuss a few foods you should eat, as well as some that you should avoid as you recover. 

What To Eat After Dental Implant Surgery

Generally, you’ll need to eat very soft foods and a liquid diet for up to a week after your appointment. After 1-2 weeks, you can start introducing tougher, chewier foods into your diet. Here are a few tips and suggestions for what to eat after dental implant surgery in Jackson. 

Any food that’s mild in flavor, soft, and not chewy or tough will be a good choice. For more information, contact the recovery instructions provided to you by Dr. Major after your appointment. 

What To Avoid Eating After Dental Implant Surgery

There are definitely some foods you’ll want to avoid after your dental implant surgery, including the following:

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Dental implants are the best way to restore your missing teeth permanently. If you’re interested in replacing one or more missing teeth in Jackson, Hartford, or Germantown, Jackson Family Dentistry is here to help. Contact us online or call at (262) 677-3003 to schedule a consultation today, and to see if implants are right for you.