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4 Foods to Eat While Recovering from Your Wisdom Teeth Extraction

Posted on 5/20/2016 by Tricia Ramsay
A woman suffering from pain after her wisdom tooth extraction.After your wisdom teeth are removed, you will likely be in pain or discomfort for a couple of weeks. Initially, this may lead you to eat a liquid diet, but in order to get all of the nutrients that you need, you should consider eating soft foods that won't increase your pain level. Here are some great options to add to your diet when recovering from wisdom teeth surgery.

Protein Shakes
A protein shake might not be a food, but it contains all the basic nutrients that your body will need to heal. Protein shakes shouldn't be considered meal replacements, but they can supplement your diet until you're able to get back to eating your normal foods.

Mashed Potatoes
Mashed potatoes don't have to be just a side dish. With all of the different flavors and toppings you can add to potatoes, you can make mashed potatoes the main course when recovering from wisdom tooth surgery. By being a little creative with how you dress up your mashed potatoes, you won't get bored with your soft diet.

Ice Cream

If you recently had your wisdom teeth removed, you've now got a good excuse to eat ice cream. Not only is ice cream soft, but it is also cold, and the cooling sensation can feel good on your sore gums. Go ahead and eat whatever flavor you want, but make sure there aren't hard pieces that might damage your suture site.

Mac and Cheese
If you need a little comfort food, macaroni and cheese is a great option. This classic American dish is filling while being gentle on your sore teeth and gums, and it requires minimal chewing. There are a variety of different macaroni and cheese dishes out there, giving you several options from which you can choose during recovery.

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