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Your Wisdom Tooth Recovery Diet


Posted on 11/15/2023 by Weo Admin
3D rendered xray of an impacted wisdom tooth butting against the tooth next to itEven though it is not difficult, having your wisdom teeth out is nevertheless considered oral surgery. In addition, after any operation, you will need to undergo a period of rehabilitation in which you will need to treat the incision extremely carefully while it is healing. Returning to normal after removing your wisdom teeth often takes less than two weeks of rest. On the other hand, if you are not aware of the appropriate (and inappropriate) methods to go about your rehabilitation, it is possible that it will take longer than it should, or it may even result in problems such as an abscess, an infection, a dry socket, or other such conditions.

What To Eat While Recovering From Wisdom Tooth Extraction


After having your wisdom teeth out, you should limit your diet to blended soups such as tomato and pumpkin for the first five days after the procedure. They are simple to take, do not need to be chewed, and do not include any parts containing bits that may irritate the surgical sites. Aside from this, broths could be a good source of food and hydration in the days immediately after surgery.

Potatoes are root vegetables that may be cooked in a wide variety of different ways. After having your wisdom teeth out, you may find that eating them after mashing is soothing. They have a high caloric and nutritional content, both of which are necessary for the healing process. After surgery, patients often need a little more energy to get through the day. Remember that some meals might aggravate the extraction incisions in your mouth or disrupt the blood clots necessary for healing following oral surgery.

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