Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico

Get the smile of your dreams at unbelievable savings! Get full mouth restoration in Puerto Rico and save ~75%!

Don’t miss out on this amazing chance to have that gorgeous grin.

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🪧 Full Mouth Restoration: Rebuilding/ replacing all the teeth in the mouth[1]American College of Prosthodontists
Full Mouth Reconstruction
“As the name implies, full mouth reconstruction refers to rebuilding and replacing all teeth in a patient’s mouth.”
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We will now reveal how you can save thousands on getting full mouth reconstruction in a US territory!

Cost of Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico

The exact cost of full mouth restoration will depend on case to case basis.

However, you will likely save ~75% on getting it done in Puerto Rico.

Get full mouth restoration in Puerto Rico for just $20,000 with an all-on-4 system.

However, the same procedure will cost you $48,000 in the US.

The below table compares the costs of smile makeover procedures in Puerto Rico and the US.

Cost Savings on Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico
Procedure US Puerto Rico Savings
Titanium Implant $5,000 $2,100 58%
All-on-4 Dental Implants** $24,000 $10,000 58%
Bone Graft*** $800 $475 40%
Emax/ Zirconium Crown $2,000 $520 74%
All-Ceramic Bridge^ $5,000 $1,535 69%
Snap-on Dentures~ $4,000 $2,800 30%
Flexible Denture# $2,000 $650 68%
Porcelain Veneer *** $2,500 $375 85%
Root Canal $1,500 $310 79%
Surgical Extraction $650 $80 88%
**Includes fixed bridge, per arch; ***Per unit; ^Includes 3 crowns; ~Includes 4 implants per arch; #Per arch
*Prices are case dependent

Don’t let your missing teeth dim your ✨ sparkle. Contact us today and reclaim your confidence!

Top Clinics in Puerto Rico for Full-Mouth Restoration

Ciudadela Dental Concierge is one of the finest dental clinics in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Read below to learn more about this dental clinic.

Ciudadela Dental Concierge

Ciudadela Conceierge Dental

Ciudadela Conceierge Dental Clinic, Puerto Rico

Clinic Highlights

  • Multilingual staff
  • International sterilization protocol
  • US-trained & board-certified dentists
  • Certified by PR govt. as an accredited medical tourism facility

State-of-the-Art Technology at Ciudadela Concierge Dental

Digital X-Rays
Digital Xrays

Cone Beam CT
Cone Beam CT

Milling Machine
Milling Machine

What Makes Ciudadela Concierge Dental the Best Clinic in Puerto Rico?

Wondering why Ciudadela Dental Concierge is the best in Puerto Rico? Here’s why:

  • Member of the ADA
  • 30+ years of experience
  • Facilities are FDA approved
  • US standards are maintained
  • Has 15 US-graduated dentists
  • National board-certified dentists
  • You get to save ~75% on dental procedures!

Let’s now look at the profiles of our dental experts in Puerto Rico.

Best Dentist for Full Mouth Reconstruction in Puerto Rico

Our Puerto Rico partner clinic has highly sought-after dentists in the Caribbean.

The experts here are Dr. Carlos H. Martínez and Dr. Lionel Martínez.

Below are their credentials:

Dr. Carlos H. Martínez | Best Dentist in Puerto Rico

Dr. Carlos H. Martínez

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  • Experience: 35+ years
  • Education: DDS
  • Expertise: Implants, All on 4/6/8, Veneers
  • Membership: ADA

Dr. Lionel Martínez | Best Dentist in Puerto Rico

Dr. Lionel Martínez

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  • Experience: 30+ years
  • Education: DDS
  • Expertise: Reconstructive dentistry & implants
  • Membership: FACE

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Let’s see what past patients say about getting treated in Puerto Rico.

Reviews of Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico

Ciudadela Dental Concierge has excellent reviews from previous patients.

They have vouched for the credibility and hospitality of the entire team.

Let’s have a look at what they have to say.

“Fast and efficient service. Incredibly talented staff. Great communication and overall experience.

~Michael Brubeck, US

“The facility is one of the best in Puerto Rico. Great doctors with expertise. Will highly recommend to all!”

~Sheldon Zhai, US

Let’s now help you understand the procedure of Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico.

All About Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico

Let’s now understand the steps involved in full mouth rehabilitation.

  • The first step is to get a complete checkup done by the dentist.
  • A CT Scan, diagnostic radiographs, OPG, and blood tests are done before the procedure begins.
  • Teeth extraction, RCT, and deep cleaning are the regular pre-procedure treatments.

Video Courtesy: Clínica Médico Dental Pardiñas
  • The dentist will then decide on a date for surgery and the procedures.
  • This treatment may include dental implants, crowns, bridges, veneers, dentures, etc.[2]American College of Prosthodontists
    Full Mouth Reconstruction
    “The treatments can include onlays, crowns, bridges, veneers, dental implants, and/or dentures that will essentially provide not only a “smile makeover”, but improved chewing efficiency for the patient.”
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  • Around 2-3 months are given for post-surgery healing and adapting the implants in the teeth socket.
  • The confirmation is done by taking radiographs, and then the crown is fitted.
Source: JPDM[3]JPDM
“Phases in Complex Rehabilitation: It is important to arrive at a comprehensive aesthetic and functional problem list for each patient. Phase 1: Remove faulty restorations and assess all teeth for structural worthiness…”
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Full mouth restoration is a time-consuming procedure. Yet it has many benefits.

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Top Benefits of Full Mouth Restoration

The top advantages of full mouth reconstruction include the following:

1️⃣ Aesthetics

This means that you’ll be able to smile confidently and speak clearly.

Plus, you can eat comfortably without any discomfort or pain.

2️⃣ Gum Defects

Healthy gums and strong bone structures are critical components of a healthy mouth.

By addressing gum and bone issues, this procedure helps maintain the health and strength of your teeth.

Benefits of Full mouth restoration

Advantages of Full Mouth Restoration

3️⃣ Better Jaw Alignment

Full mouth restoration can help correct an overbite or an underbite.

This, in turn, provides a more comfortable and functional bite.

4️⃣ Replaces Missing Teeth

Full mouth restoration can also restore missing teeth using implants. 

Implants are durable, long-lasting, and look and feel like natural teeth.

This means you can regain your smile, confidence, and quality of life!

5️⃣ Correct Anomalies

The procedure can also help correct crooked teeth and gaps. Further, it helps with other issues affecting your teeth’ alignment.

Let’s now understand the eligibility criteria for this procedure.

Are You a Candidate for Full Mouth Restoration in Puerto Rico?

You are eligible for full mouth reconstruction if you have:

  • Multiple missing teeth
  • Cracked or broken teeth
  • Badly worn teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding)
  • Numerous teeth with large fillings that are failing or exhibiting decay

Dentist with patient

Ideal Candidate for Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Your dentist will also consider this procedure for you if you have one of the following conditions:

  • Amelogenesis
  • Ectodermal Dysplasia
  • Dentinogenisis Imperfecta
Source: American College of Prosthodontists[4]American College of Prosthodontists
Full Mouth Reconstruction
“These patients may exhibit multiple missing teeth, numerous teeth with large fillings that are failing or exhibiting decay, cracked or broken teeth, or badly worn teeth due to bruxism (teeth grinding) or other habits. There is also a group of patients who were born with conditions such as Ectodermal Dysplasia, Amelogenesis, or Dentinogenesis Imperfecta that will need extensive restoration of their teeth.”
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Let’s now see what the healing journey will look like for you!

Recovery After Full Mouth Reconstruction in Puerto Rico

The recovery period for different procedures involved in full mouth rehabilitation in Puerto Rico will be around:

6+ weeks[5]Click4teeth
What should I expect after dental implant treatment?
“There is usually a period of healing lasting from six weeks to six months.”
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Few days[6]News Medical
Recovery After a Dental Crown Procedure
“The recovery period after a dental crown procedure typically lasts for a few days”
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2 weeks
6 months[7]Canadian Dental Association
“The benefit of immediate dentures is that you are not without teeth during the healing period, which can take up to 6 months”
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2-4 hours[8]American Association of Endodontists
What is a Root Canal?
“Although you will most likely be numb for 2-4 hours following the procedure, most patients are able to return to school or work directly following a root canal.”
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10 days[9]Medical News Today
Tooth extraction aftercare: A how-to guide
“The normal healing process can take up to 10 days, depending on a range of factors, such as a person’s age and whether they smoke.”
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Aftercare of Full Mouth Rehabilitation in Puerto Rico

To have a successful procedure, we recommend to:

🚭 Avoid Smoking & Drinking
🧊 Use an Ice Pack
🦷 Get Regular Checkups
🍲 Have a Balanced Diet

Let’s look at the other reasons for choosing Puerto Rico for this procedure.

Reasons to Choose Puerto Rico for Full Mouth Reconstruction

First of all, Puerto Rico is a part of the US. This implies you get quality dentistry at 75% savings in the US itself! 

The low cost of full mouth reconstruction is due to low living costs as compared to the US mainland.[10]My Life Elsewhere
“Puerto Rico is 19.6% cheaper than the United States. ”
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Also, our partner clinic is equipped with the latest technology, including CBCT, OPG, digital radiographs, etc.

Further, the clinic has 15+ dentists who graduated from the US. 

You don’t need a passport to travel to Puerto Rico! To add on, it’s just a 4-hour flight from New York.

Flight to Puerto Rico

Team MTC Has First Hand Experienced Seamless Flights From Us Mainland to Puerto Rico

You should also note that it is one of the safest Caribbean islands.

Moreover, Puerto Rico has a crime rate lower than many US cities.[11]Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection
“Like Mexico and some other Caribbean islands, there’s a high level of gun crime, drug trafficking, and gang activity, and the homicide rate is relatively high. ”
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Last but not least, you get to enjoy a bonus tropical vacation in Puerto Rico!

Dental Tourism in Puerto Rico

Discover the beauty of Puerto Rico and go beyond dentistry by combining your visit with a vacation.

Puerto Rico

Dental Tourism in Puerto Rico

For further information on tourism in Puerto Rico, visit the official Discover Puerto Rico website.

We have collaborated with this non-profit organization trusted by the PR Government.

This collaboration facilitates us to provide you with a seamless dental tourism experience

Discover Puerto Rico


Did you know Puerto Rico is part of the US territory?

Convenient flights from cities like New York, Boston, Orlando, Philadelphia, and Miami make it a breeze to reach.

In just 3-4 hours, you can soak up the beauty of Puerto Rico!

Check out the flight durations for popular routes below:

Flight from US Cities to San Juan Airport
US City Duration Connectivity
Miami (MIA) 2.5 hours Non-stop
Washington DC (IAD) 3.5 hours Non-stop
New York (JFK) 4 hours Non-stop
Houston (HOU) 4.5 hours Non-stop
Chicago (ORD) 4.5 hours Non-stop
San Antonio (SAT) 6 hours 1 stop

Our partner clinic is located 5.7 miles away from the San Juan Airport.

It takes around 10 minutes to get there from the airport.


You can visit El Yunque National Forest, Culebra Island, and Bioluminescent Bay as a tourist.

You can try beginner-friendly salsa classes for those looking for a fun experience

El Yunque National Forest

El Yunque National Forest

Culebra Island

Culebra Island

Bioluminescent Bay

Bioluminescent Bay

Beginner Salsa Classes

Beginner Salsa Classes

You can also sample authentic Puerto Rican dishes like Mofongo, Empanadillas, and Tostones.







To learn more about dental tourism in Puerto Rico, click here.

Still wondering if MTC is your right choice? Scroll down for an answer!

Why Choose MTC for Dental Trip to Puerto Rico?

MTC is with you every step of the way through your dental journey.

✔️ No waiting time
✔️ Multilingual staff
✔️ State-of-the-art hospitals
✔️ US company established in 2007
✔️ Top dentists
✔️ End-to-end trip assistance
✔️ Dedicated follow-up assistance
✔️ All-inclusive dental care packages

Let’s now answer some commonly asked questions.


Will insurance cover full mouth restoration in Puerto Rico?

Since Puerto Rico is a part of the US territory, your insurance likely covers full mouth restoration.

However, we still recommend you talk to your case manager for provider clarity. 

How to pay for the full mouth restoration in Puerto Rico?

For full mouth restoration in Puerto Rico, you can pay via:

  • Cash
  • Credit card
  • Debit card
  • Wire transfer


Full mouth restoration in Puerto Rico is affordable and hassle-free.

Our partner clinics here have state-of-art technology and well-trained staff.

Plus, the dentists in Puerto Rico are US-trained and board certified.

Along with the treatment, you can experience the culture and cuisine of Puerto Rico.

All in all, it’s a win-win situation!

So, what are you waiting for? Book a call with us to get a customized quote!

Your face is the window of your heart. Let’s restore your smile together!


  1. American College of Prosthodontists: Full Mouth Restoration
  2. JPDM: A Methodical Approach To Full Mouth Rehabilitation
  3. Click4Teeth: What should I expect after dental implant treatment?
  4. News Medical: Recovery After a Dental Crown Procedure
  5. Canadian Dental Association: Dentures
  6. American Association of Endodontists: What is Root Canal?
  7. Medical News Today: Tooth extraction aftercare: A how-to guide
  8. My Life Elsewhere: Cost Of Living Comparison
  9. Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection: Is It Safe To Travel To Puerto Rico? (2023 Update)