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Top Foods to Eat and Avoid with Braces from Smiles First Dental

Top Foods to Eat and Avoid with Braces from Smiles First Dental

Sturdy, stable and sophisticated; that’s what your dental braces are known for!

However, braces are orthodontic appliances that seek utmost care from the wearer.

With or without braces, eating a well-balanced diet is always advised because of its numerous health benefits for the human body.

But if you are wearing braces, you need to avoid foods you usually consume during the time you haven’t had them yet.

Your diet changes for your braces because this is the best way to keep them damaged-free.

It is important to stay away from certain snacks, given that they can only increase your risk for cavities or worst, destroy your braces. In short, you need to avoid sticky and sugary snacks, as well as hard, crunchy foods. What your braces really need are easy-to-chew on dishes that won’t harm its brackets and wires.

An excellent way to maintain the strength of your braces is picking the right foods that will not damage it.

Check out our list of foods that are good for braces and foods that your braces might hate for chewing.

Here are the ones recommended for braces:

  1. Smaller cuts of fruits and vegetables
  2. Light/slim crackers or cookies
  3. Mashed potatoes
  4. Hulless popcorn
  5. Cheese and other dairy products
  6. Peanut butter and jelly
  7. Macaroni, and other pasta and noodle dishes

And if you do love your braces a lot, then try not munching on the foodstuffs:

  1. Nuts
  2. Ice
  3. Popcorn
  4. Sticky and hard candy
  5. Corn chips
  6. Sticky/Hard chocolates
  7. Hard cookies or crackers

Just like your teeth, braces also need the proper care it deserves. Consult your trusted Northmead dentist to get additional details about steps you can make to maintain your braces’ good condition.

Here at Smiles First Dental, we let your smile shine by providing you expert guidance and comprehensive treatments for your dental and orthodontics concerns.

Smiles First Dental will help you learn more about braces and how to take care of them properly in a very professional and efficient way.

Dental Care in Northmead

Smiles First Dental is your trustworthy dentist in the Northmead area. The appearance of your smile and its underlying health is vital to us.

Our expertly trained staff treats all dental issues, including complicated problems related to other health conditions.

Our commitment to our patients is optimal dental health and a stunning smile.

We make life a little bit easier for our patients by offering late hours on weekdays and weekend appointments.

GAP FREE CHECK-UP AND CLEAN
We offer all patients gap-free check-ups, cleans and all preventative treatments if you are in a private health fund ($180 for patients not in a private health fund).

Call us on (02) 9630 9996 or book your appointment online.

We are located at 19/5-7 Kleins Rd in Northmead.

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Top Foods to Eat and Avoid with Braces from Smiles First Dental

Top Foods to Eat and Avoid with Braces from Smiles First Dental

Sturdy, stable and sophisticated; that’s what your dental braces are known for!

However, braces are orthodontic appliances that seek utmost care from the wearer.

With or without braces, eating a well-balanced diet is always advised because of its numerous health benefits for the human body.

But if you are wearing braces, you need to avoid foods you usually consume during the time you haven’t had them yet.

Your diet changes for your braces because this is the best way to keep them damaged-free.

It is important to stay away from certain snacks, given that they can only increase your risk for cavities or worst, destroy your braces. In short, you need to avoid sticky and sugary snacks, as well as hard, crunchy foods. What your braces really need are easy-to-chew on dishes that won’t harm its brackets and wires.

An excellent way to maintain the strength of your braces is picking the right foods that will not damage it.

Check out our list of foods that are good for braces and foods that your braces might hate for chewing.

Here are the ones recommended for braces:

  1. Smaller cuts of fruits and vegetables
  2. Light/slim crackers or cookies
  3. Mashed potatoes
  4. Hulless popcorn
  5. Cheese and other dairy products
  6. Peanut butter and jelly
  7. Macaroni, and other pasta and noodle dishes

And if you do love your braces a lot, then try not munching on the foodstuffs:

  1. Nuts
  2. Ice
  3. Popcorn
  4. Sticky and hard candy
  5. Corn chips
  6. Sticky/Hard chocolates
  7. Hard cookies or crackers

Just like your teeth, braces also need the proper care it deserves. Consult your trusted Northmead dentist to get additional details about steps you can make to maintain your braces’ good condition.

Here at Smiles First Dental, we let your smile shine by providing you expert guidance and comprehensive treatments for your dental and orthodontics concerns.

Smiles First Dental will help you learn more about braces and how to take care of them properly in a very professional and efficient way.

Dental Care in Northmead

Smiles First Dental is your trustworthy dentist in the Northmead area. The appearance of your smile and its underlying health is vital to us.

Our expertly trained staff treats all dental issues, including complicated problems related to other health conditions.

Our commitment to our patients is optimal dental health and a stunning smile.

We make life a little bit easier for our patients by offering late hours on weekdays and weekend appointments.

GAP FREE CHECK-UP AND CLEAN
We offer all patients gap-free check-ups, cleans and all preventative treatments if you are in a private health fund ($180 for patients not in a private health fund).

Call us on (02) 9630 9996 or book your appointment online.

We are located at 19/5-7 Kleins Rd in Northmead.

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