Maxillo Facial prosthodontics could be defined as a part of the dentistry dealing with rehabilitation of patients who suffer from acquired and congenital defects in the head and neck region. These could range from minor to major functional disabilities combined with cosmetic disfigurement. Maxillo Facial Prosthodontics Treatment began with the development of titanium dental implants by Professor P.I. Brånemark in 1965. This development led to the refinement of bone-anchored prostheses for the face and adjacent structures. Since then, this technology has been under study and has been instilling hopes for patients in need of these prostheses. There has been another revolution in the field of dental science which came with the introduction of dental prosthesis. This process could be defined as an intraoral prosthesis which is used to restore or reconstruct intraoral defects such as missing teeth or else the missing parts of teeth. it also helps in curing defects such as missing soft or hard structures of the jaw and palate. It is the dentist who encourages patients to go for prosthodontics which is the dental specialty focussing on dental prostheses. If the front portion of teeth is of bad shape or colour, it can be replaced using dental veneers which are also called as porcelain veneers or dental porcelain laminates. They are wafer-thin, custom-made shells of tooth-colored materials which have been designed to cover the front surface of teeth to give you an improved appearance. These shells can change the front of the teeth by changing their color, shape, size, or length.