If you want to make sure that you get the most cash for dental scraps when you send it to a dental gold refining company, you need to know how it is valued and the factors that make it expensive.

  • Quantity – Dental refinery has their own process of determining the presence of precious metals in dental scraps. They assess the composition of metals in the crowns and bridges to see what other materials are used alongside gold. This lets them know the exact quantity of gold, palladium, silver and platinum.
  • Purity – Another factor used in determining the value of your dental scraps is the purity of metals in it and the alloy compositions. Since no dental work can be 100% pure gold because it is too soft, the closer it can be to 1005, the better.