Hi there! Wondering what to eat before and after dental surgery?

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Meal Plans Made By Julie, Your Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Full recovery from dental surgery doesn’t happen overnight.  Then, add in having to be on a soft foods diet, it can be overwhelming.  

Well, with my help your recovery can be a fun and tasty experience.  I’ll work with you to create a personalized meal plan, so you can not only nourish yourself, but enjoy the healing process too!

Plus, as a registered dietitian, I am not just any nutritionist.  I went to school for a long time to learn all about the science of nutrition.  And, on top of that I’m constantly staying up-to-date on the latest food research and pursuing continuing education.  I’ve taken the time to do all this, so I can best serve YOU!

Julie Smith, MS, RDN

Meal Plan Services

Options to meet your needs

Short Term Plan

- ONE consult to go over nutrition history, favorite foods and nutrients for healing
- Personalized ONE week pre and TWO week post surgery meal plan
- Shopping list, meal prep and restaurant guides

Long Term Plan

- ONE consult to go over nutrition history, favorite foods and nutrients for healing
- Personalized TWO week pre and FOUR week post surgery meal plan
- Customized and tailored shopping lists, meal prep and restaurant guides
- Follow up consult 2 weeks post surgery

Custom Plan

- We meet to discuss your specific needs, lifestyle, etc to create a plan that is best suited to you

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