A case report involving traumatized maxillary incisors is presented. The right central and lateral incisors were avulsed by direct trauma and were not found. The left central incisor was luxated and the left lateral incisor was fractured at the coronal portion. Placement of implant fixtures was selected as treatment to prevent resorption of alveolar bone and to maintain the integrity of intact adjacent teeth. The right incisors were replaced with two osseointegrated implants. The left central incisor was endodontically treated and a cast post and core was bonded into the root canal. All three of these teeth were restored with porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. A composite resin restoration was placed on the left lateral incisor. The esthetic and functional results were satisfactory.