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The Transparent Calendar

A Modern Approach to Orthodontic Treatment

The Transparent Calendar is a cutting-edge method that has demonstrated its effectiveness in the realm of modern orthodontic treatment. This system provides outstanding features pertaining to the analysis of orthodontic cases, offering the ability to provide detailed insights into teeth and jaw alignment. Additionally, it allows for visualizing the anticipated final outcome of the orthodontic treatment.

The Transparent Calendar is a series of sequential devices that the patient wears for specific periods, ranging from one to three weeks, based on the diagnosis provided by the dentist. The device is then replaced to progress to the next stage, gradually improving the alignment of the teeth until the treatment period is completed and the teeth are in the desired position.

What can the Transparent Calendar offer you?

  • Digital dental impressions, also known as digital dental models or digital dental scans, are three-dimensional representations of teeth, gums, and other oral structures created using digital scanning technology. They are used by dentists for a variety of purposes, including patient education, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical planning, and fabrication of dental restorations.

  • Digital dental impressions allow you to visualize your treatment plans more effectively through digital models of your teeth that are mounted on a digital articulator.

Digital Dental Impressions

Designed specifically for capturing customized dental impressions, digital impressions provide a valuable solution for patients with small mouths or complex impression-taking cases.

Digital Impressions

Clear Aligners

Clear aligners are a type of orthodontic appliance specifically designed using digital scanning technology. They are made of transparent plastic and are designed to fit comfortably over the teeth, helping to maintain their new straight position after the removal of braces.

Clear aligners offer greater comfort compared to traditional metal braces and are more aesthetically pleasing.

Digital Night Guard

A digital night guard is a custom-made dental appliance designed to protect the teeth from grinding and clenching during sleep. It is created after a digital scanning process of the patient's teeth, which is used to generate a three-dimensional model of the patient's mouth.

The night guard is then manufactured using a 3D printer, allowing for precise fit and maximum comfort.

The digital night guard helps reduce the effects of teeth grinding, which can cause headaches, jaw pain, and tooth damage.

The animated Hollywood smile is an innovative and popular technique in the field of cosmetic dentistry. It helps enhance self-confidence and achieve a bright and attractive smile. It is advisable to consult with a specialized dentist to assess the condition of your teeth and determine the appropriate procedures to achieve the perfect smile.

Animated Hollywood Smile


We provide solutions for all dental problems and design and print clear aligners, which are the latest and most effective technology. We also offer Orthognathic analysis, a modern and advanced service in facial and oral surgery. Additionally, we print plastic restorations using peek material, which is the latest material for creating plastic restorations. We also provide surgical guide for dental implants, smile analysis, digital wax-up, digital case sealing before treatment, as well as production of all types of traditional and digital removable appliances.

Digital Partial Dentures

Digital partial dentures are custom-made dental prostheses that provide a precise fit for patients who have partial tooth loss.

Digital Full Dentures

Digitally designed for your patients, DIGITAL DENTAL LAB can create custom full dentures based on a digital scan of the patient's dental model, whether it's for edentulous patients or those in need of immediate dentures.

Digital Diagnostic Wax-up

Digital diagnostic wax-up is a modern technique used in dentistry to analyze and diagnose dental problems and cases with high precision. Advanced three-dimensional devices and laser scanners are used to capture three-dimensional images of the teeth and surrounding tissues. These digital images are processed using specialized computer software to generate three-dimensional models of the teeth.

Digital diagnostic wax-up enables dentists and dental specialists to analyze and evaluate dental problems with high accuracy, such as tooth decay, bone damage, and bite abnormalities. Based on the created three-dimensional models, dentists can diagnose these issues and develop precise treatment plans.

Digital diagnostic wax-up is considered more accurate and comfortable for patients compared to traditional diagnostic techniques, such as conventional X-rays. It also enhances communication between doctors and patients by providing detailed and clear visual representations of the dental condition.

In summary, digital diagnostic wax-up is an advanced technique used to analyze and diagnose dental problems with high precision, providing a comfortable and accurate experience for both patients and dentists in the field of dentistry.

Digital Orthodontic Appliances

Digital orthodontic appliances are modern technology used in the design and manufacturing of both fixed and removable orthodontic devices.

Computers and computer software are used to analyze the jaw and teeth data and design the appropriate orthodontic appliance for each patient.

Digital orthodontic appliances have several advantages:

  1. Design Accuracy and Speed: Advanced computer technology is used to create three-dimensional models of the jaw and teeth, allowing for precise analysis of the case and the rapid design of the appropriate orthodontic appliance.

  2. Customization: The orthodontic appliance is custom-designed for each patient based on their individual case, aiding in achieving better treatment outcomes.

  3. Comfort and Ease of Use: Digital orthodontic appliances are manufactured using lightweight and comfortable materials to wear, causing minimal pain or allergies.

  4. Personalized Care: Patients can track treatment progress and results through smartphone apps and tablets, enhancing treatment compliance and achieving better outcomes.

  5. Precision Control: Doctors can finely adjust digital orthodontic appliances, allowing for precise and coordinated results.

In summary, digital orthodontic appliances utilize advanced computer technology to improve the accuracy, customization, comfort, and control of orthodontic treatment, leading to better outcomes for patients.

Surgical Orthodontic Planning

  1. Pre-surgical orthodontic planning helps you understand what to expect from treatment plans and better comprehend your own treatment plan.

  2. A customized treatment plan is developed based on each patient's needs.

  3. The planning process involves utilizing clinical examinations, imaging, cephalometric measurements, 3D models, and 3D images in planning software.

  4. The planning also includes the use of pre-surgical patient records, X-ray images, additional impressions, and individualized models or templates.

  5. Planning helps you determine the number of appointments needed for treatment.

  6. Orthodontic preparation of the case and the production of a three-dimensional plastic piece called a "wafer," which is a thin plastic piece that fits and indexes the occlusal surfaces of the upper and lower teeth.

Surgical orthodontic planning is a crucial process in the field of surgery, where a detailed plan is established before carrying out the surgery. The goal of surgical orthodontic planning is to achieve maximum success and safety in the surgical procedure, reduce complications, and improve treatment outcomes.

The purpose of surgical orthodontic planning is to ensure the safety and efficiency of the surgical procedure and enhance treatment outcomes for patients. Surgical orthodontic planning is considered a fundamental element in the field of surgery, contributing to advancements in healthcare and improving the quality of life for patients.

Digital Implant Restorations

The Multi-Unit system is an advanced approach in dental implantology that utilizes innovative implant technology to restore missing teeth.

A set of implants is secured in the jaw as a foundation for the artificial tooth restorations, providing stable and fixed prosthetic restorations.

The system is known for its high precision and control, using computer scanning and digital planning techniques to achieve highly accurate and optimal restorations.

The system evenly distributes the load on the implants, improving their stability and reducing stress on the surrounding bone.

The system is characterized by easy installation and maintenance, as the components can be easily adjusted or replaced without the need to replace the entire implant.

The system enhances the aesthetics and function of the prosthetic restorations, allowing for designs that harmonize with the jaw anatomy and facial features of each patient.

The system integrates with other digital technologies in implant dentistry, such as computer scanning and computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) techniques.

Implant dentistry specialists with experience and expertise are recommended to perform dental implant procedures using this system to ensure good and safe outcomes.

The Multi-Unit system is considered a pioneering advancement in digital implant dentistry, contributing to the restoration of dental function and improving the quality of life for patients with missing teeth.

A guide to gum reduction

A guide to assist in the process of reshaping the gum tissue surrounding the teeth.

The digital guide for gum reshaping is a valuable resource that provides comprehensive information about gum modification procedures. The guide offers a detailed explanation of the reasons for gum modification and its potential effects. It also highlights the available procedures for gum reshaping, such as gum surgery and non-surgical techniques. The guide advises consulting with a specialized dentist to evaluate the case and determine the appropriate steps. Additionally, the guide provides post-operative instructions for gum care and assistance in quick recovery. Patients should follow the guide's directions and the specific instructions provided by their dentist to ensure optimal results and excellent oral health.

Digital surgery

Digital surgery utilizes modern techniques to enhance the accuracy of surgical procedures and reduce risks.

It relies on technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and three-dimensional medical imaging.

It provides better visualization of the internal body parts and helps surgeons identify critical points and risks before the surgery.

It reduces the cost of surgical procedures and increases their speed and efficiency.

Robots can be used in digital surgery to perform operations with greater precision and speed.

It increases the accuracy of surgical procedures, reduces errors, speeds up the healing process, minimizes pain and bleeding, and decreases the cost of surgical procedures.

Printing of PEEK restorations

PEEK (Polyetheretherketone) restorations are advanced alternatives to traditional metal or ceramic restorations, and they offer several important advantages:

Compatibility and integration with surrounding tissues: PEEK restorations integrate well with the gums and surrounding tissues, creating a natural appearance and promoting biological integration.

Stimulation of bone cell growth: PEEK restorations promote bone growth and contribute to its stimulation, enhancing natural healing and improving the response of bone tissue.

Comfort and flexibility: PEEK restorations provide greater comfort for the patient, as they are lightweight and flexible. They contribute to increased mobility and improved oral and jaw function.

Improved appearance and self-confidence: PEEK restorations have a natural and aesthetic appearance, as they are matched to the color of natural teeth. As a result, they contribute to overall appearance enhancement and increased self-confidence.

Silicone restorations

DIGITAL DENTAL LAB offers a unique service of producing silicone restorations, which is a one-of-a-kind service in Yemen. It allows you to obtain medical restorations made from silicone material that closely mimic the shape, color, and texture of the affected body parts.

Silicone restorations are an ideal alternative to traditional restorations such as prosthetics, masks, or teeth, as they provide the following advantages:

Custom design based on each patient's measurements and needs.

Easy and quick installation without surgery or anesthesia.

Comfort and flexibility in movement and expression.

Resistance to heat, moisture, bacteria, and fungi.

Ease of cleaning and maintenance.

Affordable and well-considered pricing.

Digital Guide for Dental Implantation

The digital guide for dental implantation is a modern technique in dentistry used for planning and guiding dental implant procedures using computerized and digital imaging technologies.

Process: Creating a three-dimensional digital model of the jaw and teeth using digital images, designing and producing a digital guide that is placed on the jaw and guides the dentist.

Applications: Single-tooth implantation, bridges, and implant-supported dentures.

Advantages: High precision in determining the implant locations and avoiding incorrect placements, saving time and effort in planning and guidance, and patient comfort by reducing pain and swelling.

Improvements: Improved accuracy in dental implantation, time and effort savings, reduced pain and swelling for the patient.