Tried and True Methods
Occasionally, paintless dent repair can’t be done if the damage is too severe. These reasons include but are not limited to: sharp dings, dents with extensive paint damage and creases that have been stretched too deeply. In these cases, we will use a conventional auto body repair method over paintless dent repair to get the job done.
Light or Major Body Damage
For light or major body damages that include sharp dings, dents and chipped paint, our paintless dent removal may not be a viable option as the damage may be too drastic. Damaged bumpers that have been caused by an accident or fender bender can easily be fixed by our professionals. Our dent repair specialists will restore your vehicle’s body to its original state even after a car accident.
For headlights that are faded out, we can use a special sanding process to bring the brightness back into your lights.
Wet Sanding and Polishing
Dent Physicians use sanding and polishing techniques to remove accidental clear coat scuffs and scratches from your automobile. This helps to reduce the visibility of your car’s damage.
Do you have a chipped or cracked windshield? Dent Physicians can replace cracked windows and windshields and fill in chips.