This case in particular really demonstrated the importance of working with a well-experienced cosmetic dentist, a board-certified periodontal specialist, and a world-renowned dental laboratory. Barton was missing his right lateral incisor, and his canine had erupted into that space. Because of this, his primary baby canine never came out as a child and remained in the permanent canine space. This primary tooth was removed and a dental implant was placed to create a new, artificial canine. His actual canine was shaped into a lateral incisor with porcelain to create symmetry. Barton had several other implants and full mouth rejuvenation to improve the color, correct his bite, and address his other dental concerns.