Modern techniques of implant prosthetics have a wide variety of different materials at their disposal, ranging from commercially pure titanium, titanium alloys, precious metal, and non-precious alloys, to tooth-colored materials. One of the most important prerequisites for dental materials is tissue compatibility and biocompatibility. Besides this, patients nowadays not only expect a restorations that meet modern esthetic standards but one which also has a long functional lifetime. The esthetic analysis is essential for the as-is situation. Next, the target situation represents the goal of treatment and serves as the planning basis for all further steps. Functional analysis aims to determine potential causes of functional complications and define a feasible occlusion and loading concept.