what to eat after getting a tooth pulled

caitiecat

i know what the doc says i should eat but i want to know what yall ate after dental work . maybe some good recipes . im kinda stuck with boring old soup from a can now n i have a whole 2 weeks to go before im healed . 
Nov 09, 2014 @ 03:43 am

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leanneobyrne

I feel your pain :(

I had 4 wisdom teeth removed all at once! I had A LOT of fruit smoothies, fresh fruit and veggie juices (if you have a juicer). I agree soup from a can sucks, so try and make your own soup! www.foodgawker.com has awesome recipes :)

2 weeks also seems like an awfully long time. I think my dental surgeon told me to have liquid for the first few days, then I can start eating normally once I felt I could, as long as I rinsed my mouth out well afterwards.
Nov 09, 2014 @ 03:13 pm
caitiecat

ooo smoothies

thanks . i never though about smoiothies :)
Nov 10, 2014 @ 03:47 am
Cy73

What about...

Greek yogurt with frozen, thawed berries or fruit. Oatmeal, pancakes, eggs. I'm thinking of soft foods. Smoothies are good too. Food through a straw. I hope this helps.
Nov 10, 2014 @ 05:31 am
caitiecat

food in the hole lol

oatmeal will get stuck in the hole but the rest is good ideas , i had eggs today . mmm thats the pan about having a tooth removed u have to avoid food that will ccumulate in the gaping hole left in your fce its annoying . luckily this tie i dont have dry socket .. oooooey thts a painful condition
Nov 10, 2014 @ 06:07 am
Anglewings

Tooth Pulled.

I was the same way when I got my wisdom Tooth out.Thought I would starve to death.I ate mashed Potatoes,Icecream.Chicken Noodle soup and Toast,dipped in Tea.There are a lot of things to eat like Jello and custard and Ice Cream,I even had Tims Donuts.The most I ate was Cream Of Wheat,which I love anyway.Good luck with your recipes.
Nov 17, 2014 @ 09:17 pm
RebelGrl78

Yup, I felt your pain too

Yup, I felt your pain too, I recently had mine pulled out due to a bad molar, I did told not to anything hard, oh man, I don't like the after effects of freezing and bleeding did occur, I took painkillers for two weeks, more or less, I ate oatmeal, rice, congee, and less crunchy cereals, and smoothies.
Dec 10, 2014 @ 03:51 pm
rogersresaca

Tooth Pulled

When my wisdom teeth were taken out, I had so many stitches in my mouth. I ate a few bites of chicken noodle soup, ate some fruity smooth yogurt and even mac and cheese. It's soft and good for you.
Feb 06, 2015 @ 08:43 pm

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