A Guide to Creatively Handling a Child's Dental Health
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A Guide to Creatively Handling a Child's Dental Health

My family's dental health is important to me. Unfortunately for me, it is not as important to my little ones. Getting my kids to brush and floss on a daily basis is almost like taking on an obstacle course. I talked to my family's dentist about different methods I could try to encourage them to brush and floss on a regular basis. Some of the tricks worked, some did not. After some experimentation and talking to other parents, I was able to come up with a lot of great tips for helping kids care for their teeth. I started this blog to help other parents get creative when it comes to their kids and dental care.


A Guide to Creatively Handling a Child's Dental Health

Menu Ideas For Eating After Getting Your Dentures

Bella Snyder

Whether you have lost teeth due to an injury or underlying dental condition, dentures may be right for you. As a matter of fact, an estimated 90 percent of edentulous population ( or people missing teeth) wear dentures. After receiving your dentures for the first time, you may have some slight irritation and soreness of the gum tissue, which can reduce your desire to eat and chew. However, there are a few items you can consume that are healthy and comfortable to eat while wearing your new dentures. Here are a few menu items to include in your daily diet after first getting your dentures.


One of the easiest foods to make and eat while wearing dentures is eggs. They are also versatile, since they can made in a variety of ways and scrambled with different vegetables, meats, and herbs.

Frying an egg in a pan with butter, salt, and pepper is sufficient, but scrambling with breakfast ham or cooked ground sausage will help you receive your protein for the day without the discomfort of chewing steak or chicken.


Considered a milkshake for adults, smoothies are delicious and easy to consume if chewing is difficult or painful.

In a blender, combine 1 cup of frozen berries, 1 banana, and ½ cup of Greek yogurt. Blend for 30 seconds and pour into a glass. Create unique variations, using different types of fruit and yogurt or combine protein powder and peanut butter to create a thicker protein that is filling and appetizing.

Soups and Stews

It is smart to stock your pantry and freezer with a variety of soups and stews before you get your dentures. Choose soups that offer a thinner consistency, such as chicken noodle. The chicken broth and soft noodles and carrots will be easy to eat without much chewing.

Creating a large pot of chili and freezing in smaller portions is also wise because you will be able to eat filling meals that contain both protein and vegetables in a convenient and comfortable manner. Make sure to use ground beef and ground sausage in the chili as opposed to larger chunks of beef or chicken. Also, sauté vegetables before adding them to the chili pot. This will ensure they are soft and easily consume even while you are wearing the dentures.

From eggs and smoothies to soups galore, there are many healthy foods that you can eat immediately after getting your dentures. With this guide, you will be able to eat in a healthy and comfortable manner while wearing your new dentures. Visit a site like http://www.vanyodentistry.com for more help.