Soft foods to eat after dental surgery, implants, or wisdom tooth extraction

Keep in mind that every surgery is different, and you should follow your dentist's post-operative instructions on what is okay to eat. Some surgeries require a patient to follow a liquid diet for that long before switching to soft foods. Any of the foods to eat after dental surgery listed below can be liquefied using a blender. These liquefying mixers can also make a variety of tasty and healthy drinks or smoothies which can include raw vegetables which are extremely helpful in the healing process.

Complete List of Foods to Consume After Dental Surgery, Wisdom Teeth Implants, or Extractions

- Applesauce
- Lawyer
- Baby food
- Baked beans - crushed if necessary.
- Black beans - crushed if necessary.
- Baked apples
- Bananas
- Biscuits -; in flakes, soft or soaked to become soft.
- Broccoli -; steamed
- Butternut squash - soft cooked.
- Steamed carrots
- cheese
- Cheese cake
- Clams
- Cold cereals -; soaked in milk until tender.
- Cake
- Canned peas
- Crab cakes
- Cranberry sauce
- Cream
- Cream of wheat -; maybe a little or a little grainy depending on the type of dental surgery.
- Creme brulee
- Cup cake
- Cream
- Data
- Eggs (poached, fried or scrambled)
- Egg noodles
- Egg salad
- Fish
- Frozen yogurt
- Juice
- Fruit Smoothies
- Fruits -; soft or crushed
- Chopped steak
- Ice cream
- jelly
- Vegetable juice
- Macaroni and cheese
- Mango
- Mascarpone -; Consider using it with soft scones (beat 1/3 cheese, 1 tsp caster sugar and 1 cup whipping cream).
- Mashed potatoes
- Meatloaf
- Melons (very ripe)
- Milk Shake -; Avoid using a straw.
- Miso Soup
- Foam
- Oatmeal
- pancakes
- Pasta - ; cooked very soft
- Pot roast with vegetables -; cooks until it crumbles
- Protein powder -; can be added to any liquid meal for more energy and healing
- Pudding
- Ricotta cheese
- Risotto
- smoothies
- Soft bread -; dipped in soup