Rick Ross is putting his money where his mouth is (literally). On Monday (January 24), the MMG mogul was all smiles after getting some dental work done during a visit to Colombia.

Rozay, who flew to the South American hotspot earlier this week for a vacation, paid a visit to renowned dentist Dr. Mario Montoya in the city of Santiago de Cali to have his teeth whitened.

“Billion dollar smile by the one and only @drmariomontoya in the beautiful Cali, Colombia,” Ross wrote on Instagram while sharing a photo of him flashing his pearly whites. “You deserve the very best & nothing less. Smile, The Biggest Bawse.”

In a clip posted on Dr. Montoya’s Instagram page, the Carol City, Florida native was in an even bigger celebratory mood while showing off his freshly-gleamed grill.

“The biggest bawse, Ricky Rozay,” he said. “I just finished getting my teeth done, so when you see me and I do this [flashes smile], that mean the wire just hit. Boom, that money hit the account.”

He added, “They gave you two ears and one mouth — smile. You feel me?”

Rick Ross first visited Dr. Mario Montoya in late 2020, when he replaced his previously “smoker’s beige” teeth with a brand new set. Ross underwent a six-hour procedure that involved him getting 12 veneers fitted on top and 12 veneers on the bottom, all of which are 100 percent porcelain.

Not every rapper’s visit to the dentist ends in smiles, though. After replacing his gap teeth with a set of pearly whites earlier this month, Cam’ron found himself on the receiving end of “Gucci Mane clone” jokes on social media.

Cam'ron Hit With 'Gucci Mane Clone' Jokes Over New Teeth

In other Rick Ross-related news, the Maybach Music bawse is set to release the deluxe edition of Richer Than I Ever Been on his 46th birthday on Friday (January 28), complete with guest features from Anderson .Paak and AZ.

The album originally arrived in December, boasting collaborations with Future, 21 Savage, Wale, Benny The Butcher, Wiz Khalifa, Jazmine Sullivan, The-Dream, Blxst, plus production from Timbaland, Boi-1da and Bink.

The project’s No. 22 debut on the Billboard 200, however, marked Rozay’s lowest-charting effort so far — a fact that delighted fans of his longtime nemesis 50 Cent.