Selling Dental Scrap 2019-02-07T17:13:13+00:00

DENTAL INDUSTRIES

How To Get The Most Value

For Your Dental Scrap

Have you been throwing away this material or giving it to a “cash buyer”?

Core Scientific is happy to let you know of a better option for this dental material. A refiner, unlike a “cash buyer”, processes your material using a state-of-the-art 3-Step process that extracts the maximum precious metals, from your material.

This results in YOU receiving the highest most competitive return in the industry.

What do dental scrap and gold consist of?

Dental scrap consists of the precious metal materials in dental sweeps, gold, silver, platinum and palladium crowns, bridges as well as porcelain fused to metal (PFM) crowns, inlays, on lays and caps.

Dentists, oral surgeons, and periodontist generate this material through dental extractions and other dental procedures in their work. Precious metals are quite common in dental extractions, and very valuable if collected. Learn more about: What is the value of your dental gold?

When should I send in my dental scrap?

Simply contact our account representatives at (877) 308-2388 or request a collection container here. Our account representatives will coordinate all of the logistics for you. They can even set you up with a recurring schedule of pickups – to make it easier for you to send in and receive the best rates for your dental scrap. You can also utilize our online customer portal to schedule future pickups.

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.

What Our Customers Are Saying

 

“I found working with Core Scientific very easy and rewarding. As a surgical specialist, we extract a large number of hopeless teeth. Many of these teeth have had restorative treatment. The patients, for the most part, do not wish to take them home after extraction. We would simply discard them in medical waste. As overhead continually grows, it is a nice perk to occasionally receive a check for the metal retrieved from teeth extracted in the office. The collection and shipping is easy. I highly recommend this service to any dental office where extractions are regularly performed.”

 

Barry Levin DMD, Center for Periodontics Jenkintown, PENN

 
 

“I discovered core-scientific at an AACD meeting. They answered my questions in detail so I decided to give them a try. I found the reps professional and friendly. I stopped at their booth in Chicago at the mid-winter meeting and again found them in good spirits. I was very happy with my return and would recommend them to others as well as use them again for myself.”

 
 

Gerald Lande DDS, Lande Cosmetic, Implant, and Family Dentistry, Carmel, IN

Dental Refinery:

Core Scientific helps educate dentists on how to maximize their returns on extracted crowns. Many dental offices still throw their extractions away or sell them to unscrupulous people that pay cash on the spot. When you send your crowns to Core Scientific, we do a full analysis on the material refined. What does this mean to you? Hundreds or in some cases thousands more!

An Industrial Refiner:

Have you considered… Filter bags, sweeps, carpeting. Low grade materials take up to 15 business days to process. Bullion – dry, directly meltable metallics, casting scrap, bars, flake, filings. Scrap from Dental offices. These materials are processed within 3-5 business days.

Diverse Techniques:

Fire assay: the most suitable method for the determination of gold and silver and the standard for commercial transactions in the precious metals industry. In order to benchmark our laboratory, we participate in ASTM round robin tests every six months. Classical wet chemistry: This method provides the most accurate results for complex materials. ICP-OES: A proven technique to determine impurities in precious metals materials. X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy: A quick analysis of a material’s composition.

We Serve Many Different Industries, such as:
  • Jewelers / Jewelry repair
  • Dental offices
  • Film Labs
  • Dental Laboratories
  • Aerospace
  • Medical Device Manufacturers
  • Pawnshops / Gold buyers / Pawn brokers
  • Technology & Computers
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83% of customers strongly recommend our service to colleagues and friends, 90% of customers are satisfied with our service, over 85% are very likely to send in their material again based on the high return they received.”