American institute of implant dentistry

American Institute of Implant Dentistry Faculty Practice

What Can I Eat After The Surgery?


Your diet is one of the most important components of recovery following full mouth dental implant surgery. Although we can place your implants, your care in following our experts’ recommendations is critical to the treatment’s success.





First four weeks

Soft foods without a lot of chewing forces

  • Over-cooked pasta
  • Mashed potato
  • Risotto
  • Pure of vegetables 
  • Thin fish (Tilapia, Trout)

At four weeks

Adding thicker food 

  • Chicken
  • Salmon

At eight weeks

Adding thicker food 

  • Tender beef
  • Lamb

After eight weeks

You can try harder foods

  • Bread with a hard crust
  • Crouton
  • Salad
  • Hard steamed vegetable
  • Sticky candies like Taffy
  • Pretzels 
  • Nuts


The level of patient cooperation after surgery dramatically impacts the success rate of full mouth dental implant surgery. After the surgery, you must avoid overuse of the teeth, consuming hard foods, and give the teeth enough time to recover.

About Us

For the past 27 years as a postdoctoral teaching institution, the American Institute of Implant Dentistry (AIID) has been pioneering new concepts, methodologies, and approaches in the field of implant dentistry. Thousands of dentists and oral surgeons worldwide have gained valuable knowledge and skills from our courses. Now we are a prominent institution with global outreach.

AIID faculty practice provides a full range of dental implant therapy serving patients. We have the leading dentists in full mouth implant treatments. We aim to ensure you have a seamless transition into your new life.

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