I see my boy has been mentioned. He has a good number of teeth for a Xolo, but we do call him "Toothless" like the dragon from How To Train Your Dragon and "Gummy" like Pinkie Pie's toothless pet alligator on My Little Pony.
Maximus will likely change the way he picks at things and the way he chews to compensate for it, so I do advise you keep a close eye on his teeth to see if any tartar buildup occurs on the side with the missing tooth, but otherwise, he probably won't even notice he's missing a tooth. If tartar buildup occurs anywhere for either of my boys, I just give them something complicated like a goat neck that makes them use all of their teeth. Even adult Xolos can lose teeth throughout their life and Iorveth is a fairly unusual case because he still has all four canines. Raw feeding doesn't seem to be a hot topic in the Xolo community and so many Xolo owners feed at least partial raw so there are lots of raw fed Xolos out there with missing canines that eat just fine. Iorveth never had baby canines at all and there was no struggling to eat.
This is what Iorveth's mouth looks like:
He is missing quite a good number of teeth, but they adapt and learn how to chew just fine. He eats everything Buck eats. Little crunchy treats are really the only thing that give him trouble because he has to get them right on those carnassial in the back to chew them, but it hardly slows him down at all.
For Maximus's recovery period, I suppose you could feed him ground meat with some bone meal or egg shells mixed in to avoid irritating the wound. I think that's really the only thing I'd do and the mouth heals pretty quickly, I think. I'm not a vet, obviously, so I don't know what a raw feeding vet would think about that, but I wouldn't be terribly worried.