Selling dental scraps can be a source of extra money for dental offices all over the country. Dental refineries would be able to valuate your scraps and purchase it for its right value. Here are some things to look for when you are deciding which dental refiner to choose.

  • Insurance value – If you are sending in a large amount of dental scraps, you might want to deal with a company that offers insurance.
  • Industry reputation – One way for you to check a dental refiner’s reputation is to check their customer reviews, BBB accreditation and similar professional organizational review sites.
  • Price per DWT – DWT is a unit of weight that many gold buyers will display on their websites. The higher the price per DWT, the more that they are willing to pay.
  • Turnaround time – Dental refining might take days, even weeks, before it is finished. Try to find information on how long each company takes to pay you so that you have an idea of when you will get your money.