Seeing is Believing

BeforeIf you are currently looking to remove unsightly dents and dings from the body work of your car, look no further than Dr Dent, dent removal specialist in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

At Dr Dent, we are highly qualified in the skills of paintless dent removal, which means, as long as the paintwork of your car remains unbroken, we can remove it without the need for painting or filling.

Don’t take our word for it though. Why not take a look at the Dr Dent gallery to see the work we have carried out for our other customers or read the testimonials other customers have left us. We are confident, these real life examples will showcase our skills at removing dents of all sizes, minor or severe.

AfterDr Dent has years of experience removing dents using the PDR technique and provides a fast, friendly and convenient service. Our service is mobile, which means we come to you, be it at your place of work or home, at a time that suits you. For guaranteed satisfaction contact us today on 07999 112 112 for a free, no obligation quotation.

10 Dentastic Facts about PDR

factsOur easy to understand, no jargon facts below are aimed at helping you make a decision about whether paintless dent removal is right for you!

  1. Paintless Dent Repair is also referred to as PDR
  2. PDR is a body repair technique for removing minor dents from the body of a vehicle, used as a cheaper alternative to conventional body repair
  3. The most common use of PDR is to repair hail damage, door dents and other minor creases. Generally, the shallower the dent the more likely paintless dent repair will be suitable
  4. PDR is most effective when:
    • The paint has not been broken or cracked
    • The dent is not on or near the edge of a panel
    • The panel has not previously been repaired
  5. PDR is usually less expensive than traditional repair as there are less steps involved  in the process than other repair processes
  6. Less materials are used and less time is required to repair damage using the PDR technique
  7. The PDR process is often quicker because there are less steps, vehicles are most often returned to customers on the same day
  8. Parts are not being painted with the PDR process making turnaround time quicker
  9. PDR is less invasive as less parts are disassembled and/or reassembled
  10. PDR repair does not mean a vehicle gets re-painted, therefore there is no need for paint matching to be a concern

So, if PDR sounds like the repair method you need, contact us today for a competitive, no obligation quote.