A root canal is a process of removing a seriously injured tooth or damaged tooth nerve. It not only relieves pain and make, the tooth healthier but also protects the surrounding teeth from getting damaged. It is a simple procedure, and millions of teeth are treated and saved this way every year. Many people say that root canal treatment has serious side effects, and it can spoil your teeth if proper care is not taken. But that is not true. It is a safe and effective way to make your smile and teeth healthier and better.
Often people are not satisfied with their treatment as they have to alter their diet and cut down on certain foods and beverages. Take a look at what you must eat and what you must avoid if you undergo root canal treatment.
1. AVOID: Hard and Crunchy Foods
2. EAT: Soft Fruits
Consume more soft fruits like bananas, mangoes, papayas, melons, and avocados so that they can nourish you without causing any discomfort after the root canal treatment.
3. AVOID: Hot and Spicy Foods
Avoid hot and spicy foods and drinks like coffee, tea, gravy foods, spicy broths, and soups as they can cause discomfort and may lead to sensitivity. Also, these foods and drinks interfere with regeneration of your gum tissues.
4. Eat: Soothing Liquids
Consume more oatmeal, yogurt, sugarless juices, sugarless milkshakes, smoothies, and other wholesome drinks. These drinks will soothe the area that was operated and provides some nourishment that you won’t receive due to your altered diet.
5. AVOID: Alcohol
Do not consume alcohol after a root canal treatment as it may hinder the recovery procedure after the therapy and also lead to excessive bleeding in some cases. Alcohol and other stimulants can make you feel drowsy after the treatment.
Once the treatment is done, you have to be careful not to irritate that area which has gone under the drill. Eating the wrong foods can increase the chance of tooth injuries or infections, which may lead to further complications and additional dental treatments. It is essential to eat the right type of food so that you do not cause any discomfort by being ignorant of what to and what not to eat. If you have any queries regarding the same, you can always contact us. We will help you to smile brightly.
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