Selling Your Used Dental Equipment

Do you have broken or idle equipment taking up precious space in your office? DuraPro Health buys used dental equipment.

Trying to sell broken or used dental equipment on your own is no easy task. How do you know if your buyer is legitimate? How do you coordinate shipping? What if the equipment is lost or breaks in transit? These aspects of dental equipment sales may prove overwhelming for many dental practices.

The easiest way to sell your dental equipment is to sell it directly to the same company you’re buying new or refurbished equipment from. This allows you to finance your purchase in part through a trade-in. The demand for your used equipment has never been higher, and DuraPro Health can provide great trade in credit toward new or refurbished equipment, cabinets or supplies.

If you are considering retirement or closing your practice, selling your equipment to DuraPro Health gives you the peace of mind that you are dealing with a top, professional company who has been serving the dental industry for over 25 years. We will work within your timeframe and get you a guaranteed payment. 

DuraPro Health can eliminate the stress of selling used dental equipment. We buy a wide range of equipment, including digital Panos/Cephs, CBCT, digital x-ray sensors, phosphor plate readers, scanners and periapical X-ray machines. In addition, we consider dental patient chairs, operatories, ortho chairs, surgical chairs and stools.

We buy top-quality equipment such as A-dec, Midmark, Dexta and Royal, even if the equipment no longer works. Simply share as much information with us about your equipment, along with some photos, so we can determine whether we can make you an offer.

Our Easy, Online Process
To get started, just fill out our easy-to-use online form. Here's how the process works:

1. Tell Us About Your Equipment
When you complete the form, include a description and photos of your dental equipment. Without images, we cannot determine the value of your equipment or make you an offer. We’ll also ask for your contact info, so we can reach out with more information.

2. Receive Your Offer
If we think your equipment can be resold, we will send you an offer or response. We purchase dental equipment anywhere in the continental United States, but we cannot buy or pick up any items not listed on the purchase agreement.

3. Sign the Purchase Agreement
If you accept our offer, sign the purchase agreement and pickup checklist. Email the forms to our purchasing department at [email protected].

4. Schedule Equipment Pickup
Our staff will arrange the best shipping method with your office. You must have all equipment uninstalled and ready to move before the scheduled date unless you have made other arrangements with DuraPro Health. 

We pay for shipping expenses and insure the items to be safely transported by professionals. On average, pickups happen approximately ten days after the date you sign and return the purchase agreement and other paperwork. 

5. Issue of Payment
We offer payment either by check or trade credit. We base our purchase offer and price on the inventory supply and consumer demand for used dental equipment.

Other Important Details to Know
Dental Planet cannot consider purchasing your used dental equipment unless you provide the exact make and model of each item you want to sell. We require year models for all dental imaging equipment.

Do not worry if your dental equipment does not work. We purchase items that are broken or not in use.

We do not make offers on the following items:

    - Film-based equipment
    Dental cabinetry
    Instruments and handpieces
    Air compressors
    - Vacuum systems and supplies

If you have any other questions about our services, including our process for purchasing or trading used dental equipment, please contact our professional consultants by phone or email.

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