eating without dentures

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What foods should/could I eat when I am waiting for my final dentures to be ready which may take 7 days that I will be without ant teeth? Also----should and what kind of food processor/blender do you recommend I buy??
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Mike Butvill

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  • very well--

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Patricia Meyer

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I ate hamberger helper cheesy mac, also mashed potatos with ground meat /beef or turkey- meatballs mashed up and pasta cut up are easy to eat, pudding or yogurts icecream or smooties , cakes, and cookies dipped in milk, pancakes cut up into small pieces, scrambled eggs things of that nature, I used a regular blender for milk shakes and smoothies Good luck
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charlie brown

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I have absolutely gorged myself on pancakes. I do believe that’s my new favorite food.
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Patricia Meyer

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Im gonna eat bacon tonite, first time since last august people, its not one of my favorite foods so I thought NO big deal, but when you cant have any and still have to smell it cooking OMG ITS BEEN A LONG TIME COMING LOL CHARLIE BROWN IM EATING A PIECE FOR YOU ;)
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charlie brown

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Eat up. I’m have chicken tacos. Ate a bag of chips at work. Baby steps.
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Patricia Meyer

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Sounds good Charlie, I love my homemade tacos, hopefully soon its been way to long, my Dad winters in florida and this past one I had no teeth so we couldnt go out to eat at all and he loves to take me out, so I am working on my list of places and foods for this winter and I cant wait.
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I will be having one more scan on my head to make sure the bone for my lower implants has grown enough to put the lower plate in permanently, I do know that my tongue is starting to get sore from always sticking down where the caps are on the screws. This route with implants is the way to go if you can afford it, I mostly eat soft food or cut up a hamburger in small pieces so I can eat without too much difficulty I don't have any trouble with my uppers and I have been wearing them for 40 years, I have always used Fixodent and the Fixodent powder together and I never need to take them out except for deep clean with tablets.