Aesthetic is always a key consideration for patients needing anterior teeth. An implant is the first choice of treatment in modern dentistry. Due to bone availability or underlying anatomical structure, implant placement may not always be favorable. With customized digital design and manufacturing using 3D printing DMLS technology, prosthetic management of angulated implants can produce results that are much more accurate, precise, and error-free. This case report will explain a case of a 38 years old female patient with grade III mobile teeth who was rehabilitated with CAD-CAM customized partial hybrid prosthesis where from the beginning of the case aesthetic was the prime factor. Immediate denture was planned along with natural teeth as denture teeth in order to preserve the eathetics. CAD CAM abutment was excellent in accuracy where internal fit was done digitally through scan body and digital analog and superstructure framework was made based on digital wax up; then it was layered with indirect composite for high esthetic and easy repair. Screw retained prosthesis was planned for easy recovery and maintenance. The aesthetic rehabilitation in advance of digital implant dentistry is the prime focus of this case report.