Eating While Waiting for New Dentures

I had same day dentures put in 5 weeks ago. The dentist broke them at adjustment. I don't get them repaired for 2 weeks. Can I eat without the dentures?

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April 24, 20171 found this helpful

You will have to eat very soft foods, or pureed foods.

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April 24, 20171 found this helpful

I don't see why not. Eat what is comfortable to you like soft foods, soups, and take it slow if needed.

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April 25, 20171 found this helpful

Yes, soft foods. You will be able to tell what's comfortable for you.

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April 25, 20171 found this helpful

I invented instant potato soup! Just make some Idahoan spuds with 3 cups of water not 2. Also yogurt, cream of what or maltomeal cereal, milk shakes with some protein powder in them, creamy peanut butter, soft cheeses like laughing cow that almost melt in your mouth.

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I hope that helps.

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April 26, 20171 found this helpful

You should be able to eat anything that does not make your gums sore. That means it will have to be soft but you can do well cooked vegetables (maybe massed), noodles, some soups, instant potatoes, well cooked/smashed Idaho potatoes (carrots). All kinds of instant foods (grits, cereal, potatoes). Almost any kind of cooked eggs. Gelatin, cooked/instant puddings, ice cream/yogurt for dessert.
Do you have a blender or food processor? You may even want to use one of these for a while after you get your dentures back. There are all kinds of foods that would work if you have one (thrift stores often have these very cheap). Milkshakes - add powdered protein or other things like fruit, even vegetables.

Here is a great site for blender recipes:
www.netwellness.org/.../pureedentreesalads.cfm#macaroni%20and...

Here is good site for new denture wearers:

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www.drugs.com/.../soft-diet.html

Most dentists recommend rinsing your mouth with warm salt water after each meal.

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April 26, 20170 found this helpful

Thank you ! Its been over 30 days an I have had nothing but trouble .then finally they fit and I could chew.then went back to have burrs removed an they broke my new dentures an now I can't chew anything. Thank you for your Awnser God Bless...

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