Top Foods to Eat and Avoid with Braces from Port Macquarie Dental Centre

by Nov 10, 2020Orthodontics

With or without braces, maintaining a well-balanced diet is always recommended because of its health benefits for the wearer.

Braces wearers need to avoid foods you usually eat during the time you haven’t had them yet.

Your diet changes for your braces as this is the best way to keep them free from damage.

Foods to eat with 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

Foods to avoid with braces

  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, your braces also need the proper care it deserves.

Consult your trusted Port Macquarie dentist to get more details about the steps you can make to maintain your braces’ good condition.

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

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

Port Macquarie Dental Centre Cares!

Port Macquarie Dental Centre is small inviting practice conveniently located at 38 Buller Street, Port Macquarie.

We are close to the town centre, but far enough away to avoid hustle, bustle, or overcrowding.

We also offer onsite car parking for your convenience. Also, for your convenience, we offer weekday hours until 6 pm.

Our focus is on prevention of dental issues and creating a healthy mouth that supports dental and general health.

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Call us on (02) 6583 1711 or request your appointment online.

We are located at 38 Buller St in Port Macquarie.

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