Often patients require an interdisciplinary treatment plan in order to re-establish both function and esthetics. In the case of ridge atrophy, bone loss or other hard-tissue deficiencies, bone regeneration procedures may create an adequate volume suitable for implant placement. But when congenitally missing teeth, pathologic tooth migration, or misalignment are present, the option for orthodontic tooth movement prior to implant placement can be evaluated in order to properly allocate the prosthetic spaces. Orthodontics is able to create or close the spaces, creating new bone volume for the future implant placement. Intrusion, extrusion, mesial and distal movement, together with up-righting, will be described when they are useful in the development of the implant site. Participants will see the possibilities that an interdisciplinary approach can create in the treatment of implant patients. Moreover, they will learn the correct sequence of treatment between periodontics, orthodontics, implant surgery, bone regeneration, and prosthetics.