What to Expect for Your Full-Mouth Restoration?

What to Expect for Your Full-Mouth Restoration?

A full-mouth restoration is a major dental procedure that can change the way you look and feel. Maybe you’re anticipating having your teeth completely restored but have been postponing a decision because you’re worried about the cost. Thanks to the low cost of dental care in Costa Rica, you can set those worries aside. Did you know that Costa Rica has more than 6000 licensed dentists? This incredible community of Cosa Rica dentists can provide you with a full-mouth restoration at well below the price you would pay in the US or Canada.


How much less?

The savings will probably surprise you. In fact, you can expect to save between 50 and 70-percent of what you’d expect to pay in the USA or Canada. Costa Rica’s community of highly trained and professional dental experts can provide you with the same level of care and confidence that you’re used to finding at home.

You can expect to pay on average $10,000 to $15,000 USD for a full mouth restoration in Costa Rica. That’s way less than the average price of between $47,000 to $60,000 in the US. Imagine what you can do with the savings. While the savings is important, it’s also essential to note that the quality of your dental will be the same if not better than most dental clinics in the USA. In Global Clinic Rating’s annual list of the top ten dental clinics in the world, Costa Rica is the only nation in the western hemisphere to have a clinic make the list. Goodness Dental located near San Jose Costa Rica, is continually ranked among the top ten dental clinics in the world, year after year.

Why do you pay so much less in Costa Rica? Dental professionals in Costa Rica charge less because their costs are lower. They pass less for rent, less for taxes and less for hiring top professionals. You can trust that your Costa Rica dental professional has the training, experience and technology to ensure that your full mouth restoration is a total success. Most dentists in Costa Rica train for five years and work for more years in the public dental care field before opening their private practice. By the time a dentist is working in private practice, most dentists have had many years of exceptional experience.

Costa Rica’s community of dental professionals includes clinics that are internationally accredited by the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, Inc. (AAAASF) and Global Clinic Rating. Some of the leading dental clinics in Costa Rica may also have an in-house dental laboratory for efficient, custom solutions for your replacement teeth. These well-equipped clinics also include the latest x-ray technology including CAD/CAM for ensuring that your replacement teeth fit your mouth perfectly.

Most dental clinics allow patients to pay using your credit card including VISA, MasterCard, and American Express. Some clinics also accept Discover and PayPal. Cash and wire transfers are also accepted by most clinics. Please fill out the form on this page to receive a referral to qualified dental clinic to manage your full mouth restoration needs in Costa Rica.


Article: Barbara Goldman: Accreditation Specialist

About Barbara Goldman

Barbara Goldman – Accreditation Specialist: My life's mission has always been focused on improving the community in which we live. As a retired school teacher of 25 years, I focused on improving the lives of children. After I retired, I still wanted to be a vital part of the community. I became part of Costa Rica Dental Guide to start a new chapter in my life – to continue my mission, but with a different focus.