Products and Services

We have a range of services designed specifically for the orthodontic and dental industries. Please click on the options below for more details.

Don't hesitate to email us at for further information on any of these services.

The ArKive service is easy, secure and cost effective. Simply decide on how many models you want to scan, or how many years you want to go back, and we will provide you with our bespoke packaging. Once you have filled the boxes you can call or email us to collect.

Don’t worry if you have thousands of models, we can do the archiving in stages for you.

ArKive Dental provide high quality digitization of patients models, converting your existing plaster models into state of the art 3D digital images.

Our approach is to remove the hassle of digitizing casts and we ensure there is no disruption to your practice and minimal involvement of your staff. Leave the work to us and we will quickly convert your old casts into modern 3D digital images.

The ArKive Cast and Scan service removes a process for you. By sending us your impressions on a daily basis, or as required, we can cast the models and instantly create 3D models.

The 3D images are then either returned to you for storage on your practice management system, or are kept within our secure online storage solution.

Our technology is uniquely adaptable enabling us to adjust scan volumes, and precision, to suit the clinical application.

For example, we provide a specialist service for cleft and other maxillofacial work. Please email us at for further information.

ArKive can print a 3D resin model from stored data which can be delivered to you within 48 hours of request. Simply login and select the patient and click request 3D model and we will do the rest.

A PAR scoring service is available and we can undertake this directly from your digitized models. This utilises the 3D PAR refresher software we developed for use by the British Orthodontic Society.

Our free 3D model viewer has been approved by the DPB, and if you were required to submit any patients for review, they would already be in an accepted format.