Frequently Asked Questions

Below are some Frequently Asked Questions about our services.

Why should I choose DentMasters USA?
  • DentMasters USA has almost 25 years experience in the industry and we have an excellent reputation with our customers, body shops, insurance companies and dealerships.
  • We have a lifetime guarantee, and our technicians produce quality repairs.
  • We are there to help from beginning until the end.
Will my paint be damaged?
In most cases, no!! Factory paints are very flexible and can withstand the PDR process very well. If there is an issue with paint due to a dent that is very deep, a DentMasters staff member will contact you immediately.
Will my dents be 100% gone?
In most cases, YES!!! The deeper the dent is, the more difficult it is to repair. In almost all cases, you will not be able to tell where you even had a dent, and if there were a case like this, a DentMasters USA staff member will tell you immediately.
Will my insurance go up?
A hailstorm is considered a natural disaster; therefore, your insurance will not go up. Your insurance claim will be filed under the comprehensive portion of your insurance.
What are the benefits of Paintless Dent Repair?
The most important benefit is quality. This method will repair your vehicle back to the factory finish. No grinding, bondo, fillers, or primers are needed because your original factory paint is not disturbed.
Will my dents come back?
Absolutely not. Once a dent has been removed properly with PDR, it never comes back. after the repair. This is never the case with properly performed Paintless Dent Repair.
Can any dent be fixed?
No. The most important factors in determining if a dent can be repaired by PDR are depth and location. Large dents can be fixed successfully, as long as they are not too deep, or twisted. On the other hand, some dents that are as small as a dime, but very deep, cannot be fixed using PDR because the metal is too stretched. Cracked paint can also be an indication that a dent is too deep. The most common dents fixed are the size of a golf ball and under. About 95% of minor dents can be repaired; leaving about 5% of minor dents that can’t be fixed due to depth or location.
What does “no drilling” mean?

It has become common practice by many PDR technicians to drill or punch holes in places like doorframes, quarter panel jambs, inner wheelhouse panels, etc. to gain access to a dent with their tools. Most of the time, the customer is not even informed of this.  DentMasters has a no drill policy.

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