Patient had bone loss (resulting in poor periodontal support) around her front teeth. Less bone “grabbing” the tooth meant the teeth were mobile. In addition, the roots of her teeth were exposed. This softer part of the tooth ended up notching. This was the perfect set up for the crown of her tooth to snap off. The decision then became do we replace the one broken tooth and worry about any inevitable problems later or think to the future and use this as an opportunity to correct everything in one fell swoop. We elected the later. Her remaining front teeth were then extracted. She had 4 implants placed on which two separate bridges were placed. This allowed her to keep her “signature” gap between her front teeth. Although, losing her two front teeth was psychologically a big adjustment, she is now happier than ever with her new smile and reports many compliments.