Whenever you have dental treatment, the first thing you ask yourself is what can I eat? because each of them has some different contraindications, so let’s see what you can do to feed yourself in each case.
Soft diet, absolutely necessary
Whenever you have dental treatment, you should avoid at all costs sticky foods, too hard, with excess sugar, too seasoned or irritating, and yes, it is true that you should not eat very small foods such as rice.
A soft diet can be based on soft foods such as oatmeal, custard, vegetable creams, fruit juices, gelatin and you may well need to prolong your intake for three days or a week, depending on the treatment.
Braces, what you can’t eat!
Of course, in braces, the treatment is much more delicate because in general it is extremely painful and any type of hard, sticky, or difficult to chew food can cause them to break.
Ice, peanuts and nuts, popcorn, gum, hard candies, whole fruit, cobs, hard cookies pizzas, and ribs are really foods you shouldn’t eat while you have a treatment of braces in Tijuana.
What will be your favorite foods
As you must have soft foods in your diet, in terms of sweet foods, fruit puree, ice cream, bananas, sorbet, yogurt, gelatin, and puddings will be your best allies, while, as for salt, mashed potatoes, hummus, eggs, soups, creams, bread without crust and soft cheese are highly recommended.
Teeth whitening, take care of yourself with a special diet
After a teeth whitening treatment, all kinds of foods with dyes should be avoided, particularly dark soda, tea, and tobacco as these three elements can really ruin the procedure.
Teeth after a whitening are quite delicate and sensitive, so you should also restrict the consumption of drinks, cold or acidic foods, also, coffee, tea, wines, dark drinks, chocolate, strawberries, blackberries and cherries, beetroot, spinach, blueberries, red meats, and tomato soup.
If you do not trust any restaurant after your dental treatment, you can request the services of retire in Baja California, to send your food to the hotel where you are going to be, because they are really experts in the soft diet, which is totally appropriate for this type of treatment.
Really in each treatment, it is important that you consult with your dentist for how many days you should follow the soft diet, and at what time you can start changing the diet to slightly more solid foods and then to normal foods.
In each case, the times will be different, but, in the case of orthodontics, it is much longer, in addition to the fact that once they are removed, you must do the same procedure of first having a soft diet, and then evolving towards more solid food until you normalize your diet.