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Goodness Dental launches Goodness House: Luxury private villa patient accommodations

Goodness Dental has set a new high bar for excellence in the dental tourism industry with Goodness House, a stunning villa home featuring deluxe accommodations.

Dental implant surgery in Costa Rica

With today’s state-of-the-art technology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons in Costa Rica now offer computerized surgical planning, custom prosthesis design, and patient-specific rehabilitation.

Dental school or Costa Rica dental abroad?

A visit to the local dentist is becoming too expensive for most Americans. Should you consider Costa Rica dental abroad?

4 great reasons to travel to Costa Rica for dental care

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably considering traveling to Costa Rica for dental care. Here are four really great reasons to help you take the first step toward a brand new smile in Costa Rica.

Goodness Dental Costa Rica names Dr. Clyde Waggoner as Director of Patient Services

Dr. Waggoner, an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, practiced in Denver, Colorado for more than two decades before moving to Costa Rica in 2019.

Special fall prices on All-on-Four dental implants in Costa Rica

One of the most recognized clinics in Costa Rica for the All on Four dental treatment is aptly named All on Four Costa Rica.

Top dental clinics in Costa Rica meet patient needs in the age of COVID

To help keep patients safe, Goodness Dental in Costa Rica is actively screening for fever and symptoms of COVID-19.

Goodness Dental extends discounts into October

Goodness Dental, located in Escazú, a suburb of San Jose, offered a dental cleanings for only $75 USD and a generous 10% discount on all dental services.

Costa Rica opens slowly for American dental tourism: September dental discounts

As Costa Rica slowly begins to open its borders to North American tourists, the dental tourism industry now sees a glimmer of light at the end of what has been a long and difficult six months of hardship.

The dentist is available to see you now. It’s safer than you think

Is it really safe to go to the dentist now? In Costa Rica, the restrictions against routine care have been loosened, allowing patients to attend dental appointments.

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