Ky, that sounds pretty awful, but i do know a person who had no teeth for many years, and ate practically everything. She would even eat apples, albeit cutting and peeling them (yes, i know, not as tasty without the peel). she would cut up her meat with a mezzaluna.
Anyway, after all the ice cream, yoghurt and milk shakes become way too annoying and you're craving savory, here are some quick thoughts:
pulp of charred eggplants - can make it like baba ganoosh, or mix with lemon and oil or in various ways.
all those pumpkins you grew can be done in many ways - even fried, or in gnocchi (mix the pulp with flour and egg - almost same volume of flour as pumplin) and serve with butter and parmigiano
meatballs of various types can be mushed between the tongue and palate, esp those cooked in soup (i think someone mentioned these) - try escarole soup - simple as can be, just put roughly cut up escarole, a carrot, a celery, an onion, a couple of cloves of garlic, and a lot of black pepper, some salt, and if you have it the rind of a piece of parmigiano, washed. Add water, and cook till soft. You can add meatballs into this (beef, or beef and pork, lots of parmigiano, salt, pepper, an egg) and simmer them in the soup. I add rice, which you might be able to just swallow,.
Soups, of course, are all good, though at first you need to eat cold stuff not to encourage bleeding. But later, try fennel and potato soup (sweat sliced fennel and onion in butter, add potatoes and boil till soft and puree.
spinach and ricotta "gnocchi" (pasta-less ravioli) - mix cooked, chopped and squeezed-dry spinach with ricotta, lots of parmigiano and an egg, salt and pepper. Make egg-sized and shaped dumplings and cook in a deep frying pan in simmering water till they float - drain and add butter and more parmigiano
you can do the same and make a sort of gratin
i'll think of more probably. I'm thinking most of these are not "savory" enough to satisfy in the long run.
Hope the surgery is painless and the recovery also.