dental gold


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an alloy of gold used in dentistry

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Heavier pieces of dental gold can command prices of several hundred dollars, he said.
There's a lot of people my age who have excess gold teeth and they don't know what to do with them," said Davis, who stashed her dental gold in a bank safe deposit box and recently began looking online for ways to sell it.
com, the revolutionary refiner that is defining how consumers can turn unwanted, broken or outdated jewelry or dental gold into cash and whose company has been recognized by the Inc.
For example, an office visit and cleaning in Denver typically costs well over $100, but at Comfort Dental it can be as little as $10 for patients on the Comfort Dental Gold Plan.
Jeff Aronson, CEO of Cash4Gold, the revolutionary refiner that is defining how consumers can turn unwanted, broken or outdated jewelry or dental gold into cash and whose company has been recognized by Inc.
With the holidays just around the corner, and consumer budgets as tight as ever, Cash4Gold offers an easy and quick way to turn unwanted, broken or outdated jewelry or dental gold into extra holiday cash for gifts and presents.
Albar Precious Metal Refining and its Cash4Gold subsidiary, a new and innovative profit center that helps consumers and retailers make money from unwanted, broken or outdated jewelry or dental gold, announced today that it has been recognized by leading business publications Inc.
Cash4Gold, a new and innovative profit center that helps consumers and retailers make money from unwanted, broken or outdated jewelry or dental gold, announced today that it has launched an industry first "Fast Cash" payment solution for consumers.
30, 1994--Phoenix Shannon, a specialized company serving the high quality dental alloy and disposables market, today announced that it has been retained by the world's largest dental laboratory chain, DP Nova, to handle all dental gold purchases for the firm for five years.