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By: Shane K.
Ars Dent Repair, LLC
I text Arslan with a couple photos of my dent and got a quote within a few minutes. His quote was very reasonable and cheaper than any others I received, especially when considering he came to me instead of me dropping the car off somewhere. When he arrived, he was very professional and did a great job. He even buffed out the scratches around the dent. After all that, he stuck with his original quote price, which I thought was great. I've saved his number in my contacts and won't hesitate to call him again if I need work done and will recommend him to anyone.
By: Lilly N.
Ars Dent Repair, LLC
Ars responded back to my message quickly with detailed estimate. Quote was very fair and reasonable compare to other places. The technician came to my work place on time and did a flawless work. Can't even tell where the dent was. I would definitely recommend Ars to my friends and family.
Tips & Advices
Paintless dent repair (PDR) can result in complete removal of dents, but generally only in minor/shallow dents. Larger dents may not be removed completely through PDR, which has limited capabilities. These dents might require a more traditional and labor intensive (costly) repair to full remove it. Every dent must be addressed individually to know if PDR is the best option for complete removal.
The primary drawback of paintless dent repair is small, yet detectable imperfections in the panel and the paint may still be present after the repair. The only way to return the panel to original factory condition may be through more intensive processes that include sanding, body filling, and paint. Some damages may prevent the panel from returning to the integrity of the original condition.
Hail damage is the ideal situation to use paintless dent removal. In fact, it is one of the most common uses for the technique.  Be aware that every situation is unique and certain processes may not always work, particularly in cases of severe or unusual damage.
Old dents can absolutely be repaired with PDR or other standard methods. This is dependent, of course, on the severity of the damage. Time can also be a factor. If rust and/or oxidation have caused additional damage, they can compromise the integrity of the dent, and the entire panel, which may need to be replaced to be cost-effective.
The types of dents that can be repaired without using paint are generally smaller, straight-impact dents that leave a clean dent with no surface damage. Hail is a perfect example of a dent that can be repaired without using PDR as it generally leaves a small dent, or dents, that can be pushed out from the backside of the surface with ease.

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