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Advanced Dentistry Costa Rica

Curridabat Clinic, Freses, from Fidelitas University 400m south, 200m east, San Jose, Costa Rica
Specialty: Dentistry
Focus Area: Root Canal | Gum Treatment | Implants | Cosmetic Dentistry | Filings | Crowns | Bridges | Veneers | Dentures | Inlays-Onlays

Advanced Dentistry Costa Rica Profile Overview

Five Star Dental Services We are changing the way people feel about dentistry… we pride ourselves on delivering five-star dental services to our patients. 
Advanced Dentistry offers the latest advances in technology, materials and dental procedures to make your dental treatment safe, comfortable and affordable as your highest standard needs.
It is safe and easy for patients from other countries to have their dental implants, cosmetic dentistry as well as a comprehensive dental treatment done in Costa Rica and meet this beautiful country between appointments.
Talented Team
Our team is composed of specialists performing dental services such as root canal, full gum, dental implants, bridges, veneer, and orthodontic treatment. 
We teach at the most renowned dental schools of Costa Rica. We are members of the world’s most prestigious dentistry associations. The school & professional association allow us to be abreast of the latest technologies and developments in the field of dentistry. 
Costa Rican – A Destination for High Quality, Low Cost Dentistry
Costa Rica is also known throughout the world for its high quality, low cost dental care, even though all of the materials, including the dental implants we use are made in the United States and Europe. Costa Ricans are known for their warmth and hospitality.
Costa Rica is a country of a majestic natural beauty, offering you the latest advances in technology, materials and procedures to make your dental treatment safe, comfortable and affordable as your highest standard needs.
Whether you are looking to subtly enhance your smile or are in need of more extensive dental work, contact us today and we will be glad to help. We make people smile!


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Advanced Dentistry Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica Profile Details

We offer the following Dental procedures:

  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Full Gum Treatment
  • Dental Implants
  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Colored Filling
  • 100% Porcelain Crowns and Bridges
  • Veneers
  • Removable Dentures
  • One hour Dental Bleaching
  • Porcelain Inlays-Onlays
  • Metal Porcelain Crowns & Bridges
  • Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Orthodontic Treatment

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Advanced Dentistry Costa Rica Certificates, Accreditations, Qualifications

Our Staff

Our team is composed by a group of specialists that means a dentist who, after the regular six years of Dentistry, studied at least two more years of a specific branch of dentistry.

We teach at the most important dental schools in Costa Rica. We are also members of the most important magazines in dentistry around the world, that keep us in continuous education and informed in all the latest updates in dentistry.

Our Team

  • Dr. Eloy More Aguero D.D.S – Director
  • Dr. Christopher Lang D.D.S
  • Dra. Monica Naranjo D.D.S
  • Dr. Francisco Dintel D.D.S
  • Edgar Barrantes D.D.S
  • Dra. Suee Fallas D.D.S
  • Ingrid Salazar
  • Guanina Madrigal
  • Yhoel Granados

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San Jose, Costa Rica Destination Overview

About Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a small country but, from many points of view, a country which has plenty to offer a visitor, outstanding among which are is friendly, educated people and its rich natural heritage.

  • The Costa Ricans: Costa Rica is known for its civilized way of life. It is no exaggeration to call the country an oasis of peace. This a fundamental part of the Costa Rican character. Costa Rica is the seat of the University for Peace as well as the Interamerican Court of Human Rights. This fact empathizes the trust placed in the country's political and social stability by the international community. Costa Ricans are characterized by three distinct cultural life styles; that of the peasants and farmers of the Central Valley, of the inhabitants of the plains of Guanacaste and of the Caribbeans of the Province of Limón.
  • Population & Language: There are approximately 3.6 million(1999) inhabitants whose native language is Spanish. However, other languages such as English, French, German and Italian are frequently spoken and the foreign visitor will find it easy to make himself understood. There are seven provinces which make up the country: San José, Alajuela, Heredia, Puntarenas, Cartago, Guanacaste and Limón. The capital, San José, is in the province of the same name, which is the most densely populated of all the provinces.
  • Banking & Currency: Both local and international banking services are available at numerous state and private institutions. Banking hours are from 9am to 3pm with continuous service. Evening banking services are often available from 4pm to 6pm. The national currency is the "colon" which has a varying exchange rate against the US dollar. Dollar can be exchanged at any of the National Banking System banks. Most international credit cards are accepted in many establishments throughout the country.
  • Climate: A small tropic country, Costa Rica lies between two oceans. This, combined with its complex mountainous topography, gives rise to a extensive variety of habitants. These range from tropical dry forest and lowland rainforest to páramo, with a corresponding difference in climatic conditions. In general, temperatures vary between 14 and 22 degrees Centigrade in the high Central Valley and between 22 and 28 Centigrade in the lowlands. Temperatures remain relatively stable throughout the year, although some slight changes take place according to whether it is "Summer" (the dry season) or "Winter" (the wet season). Summer usually prevails from December to April and Winter from May to November. These seasons are clearly defined on the Pacific side of the country but are much less noticeable on the Caribbean side where the precipitation is much more evenly distributed throughout the year.
  • Geography: Located in the Central America isthmus, immediately north of Panamá, with ports in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and 153 highway miles between them. Our country holds a privileged place in the world, being found in the center of the Central American Isthmus.
  • Protected Areas: It is for the nature lover and conservationist, however, that Costa Rica has become a true mecca. Because of its natural resource conservation activities, in 1992 Costa Rica was made the world headquarters of the Earth Council.
  • Crafts And Shopping: Costa Rican craftsmanship is found in a wide variety of goods which reflect the country's typical traditions and features, ranging from replicas of pre-columbian objects, or the traditional Costa Rican cart up to the modern, elegant designs. Wood and clay sculptures, pottery, leather goods, jewelry and wickerwork are also to be found. Articles can be bought in the center of San José and in other places such as Moravia, Sarchí (Alajuela) and Guaitil (Guanacaste).

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