In implant cases with high esthetic demands such as perfect soft tissue and natural-looking papillae, correction of both hard and soft tissue is nearly always required. Predictable results are generally achieved for single-tooth restoration, but there are limits from the biologic point of view. In partially edentulous cases it is difficult to augment the bone, especially in the papilla area, without compromising the soft tissue. A three-dimensional approach is the key to success. It is also important to understand the prosthetic possibilities of tissue management to create a natural-looking result.