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GOLD DENTAL CROWNS AND BRIDGEWORK
When it comes to gold dental crowns and bridgework, Gold24 Canada can give you an excellent price for any gold item that you need to dispose of. Many people often replace their gold crowns and bridgework and are unsure about what to do with the old ones. If you have gold dental crowns that you need to sell, talk to us. In addition to offering the best possible prices for your gold, we facilitate fast and seamless transactions.
When you come to Gold24 Canada, we make the process of selling your gold crowns and bridgework as smooth as possible. Our staff is highly trained and will appraise your items professionally. We strive to deliver excellent customer experiences.
Gold24 Canada is dedicated to giving you the best price for your gold dental crowns and bridgework. To turn your gold into cash.
WHAT ARE GOLD DENTAL CROWNS AND BRIDGEWORK?Dental crowns and bridgework are artificial teeth that are surgically inserted by dental surgeons to replace missing teeth. Having missing teeth is bad for a variety of reasons. Apart from the terrible aesthetics, missing teeth can cause dental problems such as bite misalignment, TMJ disorders, and much more. When dental surgeons are placing crowns and bridgework, one of the most popular materials that are used for artificial teeth is gold. This is because gold is just as hard as natural teeth and does not harm the natural teeth around it while chewing food. Gold is also easy to shape and does not corrode easily. For these reasons, many people end up with new gold crowns and bridges and may sometimes need to sell the old ones off.
POPULAR TYPES OF GOLD DENTAL CROWNS AND BRIDGEWORK
Dental surgeons often use alloys of gold in the crowns and bridges that they insert. The gold that is used in alloys typically ranges from 10 -22 karat value. The yellow-colored crowns usually have a higher gold value as the gold content ranges around 67%. Other materials that are mixed with gold include silver, platinum, and palladium. One thing to note is that these materials change from one crown to another. For example, some dentists do not use precious metals other than gold in their crowns. This is the reason why the cost of getting crowns done varies from one procedure to another.
Types of dental works that may contain precious metals include the following:
- Dental crowns
- Dental caps
- Dental bridges
- Dental Onlays
- Dental inlays
- Dental partial dentures
- Dental implants
- …and more!