The absence of teeth in children due to congenital agenesis, syndromic or not, could lead to oral dysfunctions with general repercussions and sociopsychological problems. This case was a 17-year-old girl with severe nonsyndromic oligodontia who was missing 18 permanent teeth and had a class III skeletal pattern. It was challenging to provide functional and esthetically pleasing results in terms of temporary rehabilitation during growth and long-term rehabilitation in adulthood. This case report described the originality of the realization steps of oligodontia management, in 2 main parts. The osseous time by the LeFort 1 osteotomy advancement with simultaneous parietal and xenogenic bone grafting to improve a large bimaxillary bone volume, allowing future early implant placement by absence of growth of adjacent alveolar processes. The prosthetic rehabilitation with the conservation of natural teeth for proprioception and the use of a screw-retained polymethyl-methacrylate immediate prostheses to evaluate the needed vertical dimensional changes and make functional and esthetic results more predictable. This article could be retained as a technical note to manage this kind of case with the intellectual workflow and the difficulties encountered.

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