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Did you know that using a cash buyer reducing your dental scrap return?
Earn more by doing this 1 thing!
The only way you can truly capitalize on your dental scrap material is to send it into a refinery. Many dealers or cash buyers say they provide the most accurate value of your material but they are WRONG! The only way to get the true value of this material is through a fire assay procedure done in a laboratory. This process extracts the most precious metals from the dental scrap and evaluates its value.
Many dentists are unaware that they are getting 50% to even 150% less for their dental scrap – when they choose a cash buyer. Make the better decision; choose a refinery for your dental scrap material.
Remember the “gold rush” well dentists; oral surgeons and periodontist are on the forefront of today’s gold rush.
Gold is the universal monetary standard and any amount of dental gold is valuable. Even an ounce can generate a good return!
Even though gold and commodity prices do fluctuate, depending on the market, they are still high. At Core Scientific, we continue to give the highest return for dental gold in the industry.
With over a decade of experience in the dental refining industry, we have received some common questions about the value of dental gold. They are:
- Is there a certain time that I should send in my dental gold? Anytime is a good time to send in your dental gold. When you work with a refinery that gives you the highest return time is not a concern. If you have dental gold send in your material now and get started.
- Why should I send in my dental gold to Core Scientific? Transparency and Trust! These are our greatest attributes. We provide you with a receiving weight and a processing weight. This is important because it provides you with a standard for your return. We do not hide or take the value for ourselves. The value of the gold is yours – and that is why our customers continue to trust us to give them the highest returns possible.
Do you want to get the full value for your dental gold? Contact us today to request your FREE collection container at 877.308.2388 or via email at Melissa@core-scientific.com
Core Scientific is more than just a refinery in the dental industry. We are committed to serving dentists, oral surgeons, and periodontist, through our corporate sponsorships. We partner with associations who work to maintain the standard of excellence in the dental industry.
We are Corporate Sponsors of:
AACD: The American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry® is committed to protecting and preserving the validity of the AACD Accreditation and Fellowship examinations while maintaining the standard of excellence the credentials have come to represent. We will assure the rights and privileges of the Accredited members are honored while allowing the opportunity for dentists and laboratory technicians to achieve their full potential in cosmetic dentistry.
AAOMS: The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), the professional organization representing more than 9,000 oral and maxillofacial surgeons in the United States, supports its members’ ability to practice their specialty through education, research, and advocacy. AAOMS members comply with rigorous continuing education requirements and submit to periodic office evaluations, assuring the public that office procedures and personnel meet stringent national standards.
NADL aggressively advances the dental laboratory technology industry and its members through advocacy, education, standards, and services.
AADGP supports and enhances the management of group practice dentistry by providing information and educational activities as well as member support and networking opportunities for peer discussion and learning.
We are proud to sponsor these associations, and we look forward to helping them in their mission to support you.
Selling PFM Crowns
YES! You can definitely get paid for porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns. Some dental offices believe they can’t sell PFM’s so they either throw them away or give them to a “cash buyer” for pennies on the dollar.
Sadly, these crowns can be worth a lot of money. A refinery, like Core Scientific, will process these crowns using their advanced, cutting-edge laboratory to extract the most precious metals from the crowns.
We have worked with Dental offices that received a few dollars for these crowns. However once they collected and shipped to Core Scientific they received a refund 100 times more (yes, that’s right….100 X MORE, if not more) than their previous refund.
Send in your PFM crowns to Core Scientific and receive the highest return. Stop getting a few couple dollars for this material, and get A LOT more!
To get started with Core Scientific contact us at 877.308.2388 or via email at Melissa@core-scientific.com and request a FREE collection container.
- Collect their Dental Scrap
Did you know that by throwing away your dental scrap you are throwing away thousands? Yes, it’s true. This material is worth collecting. Plus it’s very easy to collect this material; all you need to do is request a FREE collection container and email or call when you’re ready to schedule your pickup. That’s all it takes!
2. Stop Using A Cash Buyer
A “cash buyer” if the person(s) that comes into your office asking to buy the dental scrap. This person is used by many dental practices because it is convenient. However, they are paying you at least 50% – 100% less on the dental scrap than what it is worth. Why are they paying you less? Simply because they are “eyeing” the material and giving you a rough estimate of what they think it is worth. The only way to know the true value of the material is to conduct a Fire Assay, and that is done in a laboratory. Plus a “cash buyer” needs to make a profit, and they typically pay you nothing or a little bit on the porcelain-fused-to-metal or “whitish” crowns. These do have precious metals, and in order to get the value for them, you should send them into a refiner.
- Ask The Right Questions Of Your Refiner
Asking the right questions is crucial when working with a refinery. You’d be amazed at how many refineries do not have an on-site laboratory or charge you fees for processing the scrap. It’s very important that you understand where your material is going and that they are providing you with the greatest value for your dental scrap. It may seem like “pennies” but in most cases, there is a difference of 50% or more in what they pay you for the material.
- Try Out A New Refiner
We understand many dental practices have a refiner in place, and we don’t want you to drop them. All that we encourage is that you try out Core Scientific. Actually, we suggest that dental practices test us out by separating out (equally) their dental scrap and send lot A to your current refiner and lot B to Core Scientific. 100% of dental practices that have tried us out this way have stayed with us. What other business would advocate for you to test us out in this way if we aren’t confident that your refund will be higher with us.
- Get Your Office Manager Involved
A lot of the dentists we work with transfer responsibility, of the dental scrap, to their office managers. This helps streamline the collection and shipping of the dental scrap. We encourage office managers to handle this material through our Office Manager Incentive Program. For more information please contact me at 877.308.2388 or via LinkedIn.
- Request A Free Collection Container
This is the easiest step in the process. All you need to do to request a Free collection container is to contact me either via Phone 877.308.2388, email firstname.lastname@example.org or simply go here and fill out the form.
- Schedule Your Pickup Time
Once you have filled up your collection container, all you need to do is contact me to schedule your pickup. You will have the return-shipping label already in the collection container. So all you need to do is place the shipping label on, and wait for FedEx to pick up. It’s that easy.
- Choose How To Use Your Return
Now’s here is the fun part. Figuring out how to use your return. Here are a few suggestions: employee party, customer giveaway, new dental equipment, advertising, donating to charity, updating your dental office, employee training, and certification – to name a few.