dental gold

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an alloy of gold used in dentistry

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It states that Blaschke had 50 kilograms of dental gold enough to last for years.
The shell is heated to 1,274F (690C) to burn out the patterns, and then dental gold is cast into the investment.
I do dental gold cups." Kashi isn't afraid to adapt to change, and he doesn't care what he's selling, as long as he sells.
Instead of hanging on to the pieces as souvenirs, many are turning them over to pawnbrokers, coin shops and specialized firms that buy "dental gold," hoping to take a bite out of the metal's historic run to $1,000 an ounce.
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.
The panel said it was unknown if it also included dental gold as alleged by many Jewish groups.