Dental implants have revolutionized dental treatment for the failed or failing dentition. It is now possible to replace not only the dentition but also the supporting alveolar bone, which greatly affects the patient’s phonetics, aesthetics, and function. The emphasis should be on the implant prosthetic and not just on the surgical phase. Proper prosthetic planning is the key to success. This presentation will discuss the most common implant prosthetic complications during single, multiple or full arch tooth replacement and strategies to prevent or correct such issues.