What To Eat First Week With Braces?

What To Eat First Week With Braces? (Meal Plan)

It takes a while to get used to your braces when you get them for the first time. You feel weird when you brush your teeth! Brushing takes a lot longer now! What to eat in your first week with braces? You may not want to eat certain foods until your braces are removed, and others may be uncomfortable when your teeth feel sore from having new braces. However, you should avoid foods that are tough to chew until this discomfort subsides.

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Can you eat peanut butter with braces

Can You Eat Peanut Butter With Braces? (Keep it Smooth)

Can you eat peanut butter with braces? No, best not to given it’s sticky nature, it’s likely to get stuck in your braces and become troublesome. However if you have cravings peanut butter that is chunky or crunchy should be avoided, smooth peanut butter is a better option.

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Can You Eat Ice With Braces? (Big No No)

Can you eat ice with braces? NO! It’s unfortunate that ice is on the list of foods to avoid when you have braces. It’s okay to drink iced drinks with braces, but not to chew ice with them. Make sure you drink your frozen slushie through a straw – don’t chew the ice.

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Can you eat hot dogs with braces

Can You Eat Hot Dogs With Braces? (Soft Bun)

Can you eat hot dogs with braces? Yes, it’s okay to eat hot dogs with braces. You could eat the hot dog without the bun if your braces make it difficult to open your mouth. Bratwurst is also fine, but slice it to make it easier to bite.

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Can you eat grapes with braces

Can You Eat Grapes With Braces? (Frozen Grapes Win)

Can you eat grapes with braces? Yes, with braces, you can eat grapes. You should avoid hard foods and big bites when you have braces. With their soft texture and tiny bite size, grapes are almost the perfect food to eat with braces! Grapes do not meet any of the criteria on our list of foods to avoid with braces, so they pass the test without a hitch. A cold grape can help cool irritated gums after dental work, since it sits in your mouth! So win win! Since they contain a lot of sugar, make sure you brush after eating.

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Can you eat chicken with braces

Can You Eat Chicken With Braces? (Soup is Ideal)

Can you eat chicken with braces? Yes, but chicken comes in all shapes and sizes and is easier to eat than beef. Deboned chicken is preferable, always cut into small pieces. Chicken goes great with steamed vegetables.

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Can you eat brownies with braces

Can You Eat Brownies With Braces? (Yep)

Can you eat brownies with braces? Yes, if you wear braces, you can eat brownies – brownies are soft, so you shouldn’t have any trouble. It is true, however, only if your brownies do not have a lot of stickiness or crumble.

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Can you eat cheese with braces

Can You Eat Cheese With Braces? (Quick Melt)

Can you eat cheese with braces? Yes. There’s good news for dairy lovers: yes, it’s possible. If your making a sandwich the bread shouldn’t be too dry for you to eat a grilled cheese sandwich. As a result, you might have a tough time removing it if it gets stuck between your braces. It’s important not to overcook the bread.

How about the cheese? Try mozzarella or quick melt cheese if you want a softer variety. You should avoid hard cheeses like cheddar since they will likely glue your braces.

Alternatively, if you’d like to be safe, you can cut it into small pieces, which will make it easier to chew, without getting stuck or unraveling wires. There is less chance of something going wrong with smaller food.

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Can you eat chocolate with braces

Can You Eat Chocolate With Braces? (Plain is Best)

Can you eat chocolate with braces? Yes! If you have braces, you don’t need to worry about plain chocolate, but make sure you avoid nuts, caramels, and nougat that can get stuck to or caught in your braces.

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Can you eat carrots with braces

Can You Eat Carrots With Braces? (Slice Them Thin)

Can you eat carrots with braces? Yes, but if you do be careful.

Most foods you like, such as carrots can be eaten with braces, even if it’s not the ideal choice, but they must be eaten differently. Cut carrots into pieces and eat them with your back teeth instead of biting into them, or slice them very thin. Alternatively you can roast or steam.

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