Contact Info Patient Login

(281) 225-6784

Blog

Soft and Healthy Dinner Idea for Painful Teeth

Sep 30

Written by: Dr. David Chen
9/30/2018 3:25 PM  RssIcon

After having your braces placed for the first time, or after an adjustment, your teeth may be very sensitive and you may find it hard to eat certain foods. We always recommend a soft food diet for the first couple days. Things such as:

  • Yogurt

  • Mac n cheese

  • Pancakes

  • Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt

  • Mashed or baked potatoes (with only butter and sour cream)

  • Bananas

  • Cooked Vegetables (boiled, steamed, or roasted)

  • Eggs

  • Soups

 

These are all great options and can be quick and easy for the first or second day. If your teeth are more sensitive to the adjustments, you may need to stick to soft foods for longer and you won’t want to live on ice cream and potatoes alone. You also may prefer a more protein rich diet. Selecting fish for dinner may be a great option. Unlike steak, pork and chicken, fish is soft and flaky so it is a great meal choice for sensitive and painful teeth.

 

Seafood comes in many flavors and can be prepared quick and easily. Salmon, Tilapia, Swai, Swordfish, there are many choices and each has its own distinct flavor.

 

We have found a delicious and quick recipe for fish that will curb your hunger and be soft on  your painful teeth.

 

Ingredients
1 tablespoon garlic powder
1 tablespoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon salt

4 (6 ounce) salmon
2 tablespoons butter
4 lemon wedges


Directions


Stir together the garlic powder, basil, and salt in a small bowl; rub in equal amounts onto the salmon fillets.


Melt the butter in a skillet over medium heat; cook the salmon in the butter until browned and flaky, about 5 minutes per side. Serve each piece of salmon with a lemon wedge.


True Image Orthodontics and Dr. Dave understand how important a healthy and beautiful smile are to you. Our Cypress, TX orthodontics team will work with you to ensure we provide the results, giving you the smile you’ve dreamed of. Contact us today at (281) 225-6784 to schedule your appointment.

Tags:
Categories:
There are no categories in this blog.
Dental Care Tips: After Braces
Pediatric Orthodontics: What You Need To Know
Adult Braces? How To Know If You Really Need Them
Things to Avoid With Braces
Do I Really Need Braces and How Do They Really Work?
Soft and Healthy Dinner Idea for Painful Teeth
Why Do Kids Get Crooked Teeth?
DIY Popsicles
Skip Navigation Links.

Top