You can start eating after the surgery is over; However, you may want to delay eating because you will feel tired from general or local anesthesia.
You can consume soft foods and liquids such as cooked eggs, yogurt, cottage cheese and other very soft cheeses, soups, unsweetened fruit or vegetable juices or smoothies, oatmeal, wheat, apple juice, macaroni and cheese, soft bread.
Preferring softer foods instead of hard foods will support the healing process after the newly applied surgical procedure and prevent the pain caused by eating after the surgery.
Especially for the first few days, only liquids and liquids such as soups, protein shakes, smoothies and juices will be healthier.
Especially crunchy, hard or chewy foods should be avoided. This can cause more discomfort and longer recovery time for your procedure. The surgery may cause trauma to the area.
Once the healing is complete a few weeks after the procedure, you can consume whatever you want. Since implants function as natural teeth, all kinds of foods and implants can be consumed with natural teeth.