There is an easy and convenient way for you to earn quick cash in place of your old and damaged dental crowns – send them to a reliable PFM refiner! If this will be your first time to break a deal with a dental refining company, the following frequently asked questions would shed more light about the topic.

  • What is dental scrap? This could refer to any piece of dental work that contains precious metals. Once the piece is removed because it needs replacement, this is what becomes ‘dental scrap’.
  • What precious metals will I be paid for? Refineries often pay for traces of gold, white gold, platinum, silver and palladium found in dental scraps.
  • What if I don’t know what precious metals my dental scrap consists of? This is no problem because the dental scrap you send in to a refinery will be melted to determine the precious metals it contains. You will be paid for every particle of gold and the likes found in it.