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Frequent asked Questions

What is Paintless Dent Removal?

PDR is a relatively new process of removing minor dents, dings and hail damage from a vehicle without the use of bondo or the need of repainting. The process requires a highly skilled technician to gain access behind the dented area with special PDR tools. The dent is then meticulously "massage" back to its original pre-dent condition without disturbing the original paint of the vehicle.

How much does it cost?

Depending on depth, size, location and difficulties in gaining access to the dent.

Most of our repair costs between $95 - $195. Which covers most door dings and minor dents.
Dents on a body line or creases between $135 - $350. (These are some of the most difficult dents to remove)
Larger dents start at $200 and up.

Please keep in mind that estimates are determined by location of dent(s), depth, size, and difficulties of repair.

Hail damage vehicle must first be seen and using an insurance approved hail damage estimate chart.

email photos for free quote. We can match or beat any written estimate by a reputable competitor by at least 10%.

Is Paintless Dent Removal covered by insurance? 

Yes. PDR is the most preferred method of repairing hail damage vehicles and minor dents by major insurance companies in Canada and America. PDR is much faster and costs a lot less then traditional body shop repairs.
It saves insurance companies from high body shop charges and car rental fees.

What are the advantages of PDR?

-The number one advantage is be able to keep the original paint of your car, appearance and higher resale value.

- It is the closest you can get to the dent never happened in the first place.
- No painting required therefore no worries of paint fading over time and no risk of paint mismatch.
- Low cost and fast. No big repair bills to deal with, can be done while you wait

Disadvantages: PDR only works on minor dents, not collision base damages that requires a body shop repair.

Will my dent be 100% gone?

Minor dents and dings, yes. The deeper the dent, the more difficult it is to repair. Our customers are amazed after PDR was performed on their car. They can not tell where the dent was after we are done, even on larger dents.

Are the dents repaired using a suction cup?

No. The repairs are done by slowly manipulating the metal behind the dented area with special PDR tools until the dent disappears. Its a craft that requires skills and patience.

Will the dents come back?

Absolutely not. Once a dent is repaired, it will never comes back.
Can any dent be repaired? 

No, The most important factors in determining if a dent can be repaired by PDR are depth and location.
 Dents the size of a basketball can be successfully repaired as long as they are not too deep. On the other hand, very small size dents that are too deep cannot be removed using PDR. About 5% of dents can not be repaired due to their locations, such as dents on very edge of panels with double folding metal and heavily braced areas.

Will my paint be damaged?

No, the factory paint on today's vehicles are very durable. If performed properly by a qualified technician, the paint will not be damage in any way. PDR is the only way to repair a dent and still keep the original paint of the car.

What if the paint is cracked or chipped?

Some dents may have scuff marks left behind from another vehicle at the time of impact. In most cases these can be buffed or rubbed off. If paint is chipped, cracked or scraped, repainting or touch up is needed to prevent rust from forming. We can apply the touch up for you if you provide the paint, we can also refer you to a trusted, quality body shop if needed.

Can Car Dent Medic helps me with my lease return?

You can save hundreds of dollars by removing those minor dents and dings prior to your lease returns.
Avoid the
costly "excessive wear and tear" charges by  lease companies. Contact us before your lease is up,
you'll be glad you did.

Can PDR helps me sell my car?

Yes, dealerships across the city have been using our PDR service to keep their vehicles dent free for a faster sale. It is wise to have your car washed, detailed and have those unsightly dents and dings professionally removed before selling to for more money, more potential buyers and a faster sale.

"I would be more than happy to provide my feedback: The technician was on time. The day he  provided me with an estimate and the day I brought the car in to get fixed. He did explain the repair process and out come of the repair. I am very much so satisfie with the repair."  Louise Meacoe, Toronto ON.


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