What can I eat?
Teeth need a lot of nutrients and nutrients in the healing process. If the food is high in nutrients, it has a positive effect on the healing process of the teeth. Patients can eat more fruits and vegetables, as fruits are rich in vitamins and trace elements and can also replenish water. Common foods include rice porridge, noodles, etc. These foods are rich in protein and fat. These foods are rich in proteins and fats, which add nutrients as well as a lot of water. During the healing process of your teeth, avoid spicy and irritating foods such as chili peppers, curry, and so on. This is because irritating foods can lead to inflammation of the wound. If the patient experiences redness and pain during the healing process, he needs to visit the clinic immediately.
Tomatoes: tomatoes assist in the clotting of platelets in the blood; they are also rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C, lycopene, and carotene, which are beneficial to dental healing.
Rainbow trout: The rainbow trout is native to the mountain streams of California, USA, where it eats mainly fish and shrimp. The fish is tender, tasty, without small thorns, without fishy taste, high in protein, low in fat, and is classified as a high-grade green food in the international arena. Rainbow trout can be made into exotic sashimi and is an excellent food for wound healing.
Eggs and meat: These foods are rich in protein, which is good for all types of wound recovery. Protein is needed for the healing of teeth.
Patients do not always have to eat only these foods. For two weeks after the root canal, the patient eats more of these foods. After two weeks, the patient only needs to be careful not to eat hard foods, such as nuts. If the patient is already wearing a dental crown. The variety of foods will no longer be limited, so feel free to enjoy your food.