The achievement of ideal implant positioning has become a field of big efforts in terms of dental implantology. The development of innovative technologies targets a reliable workflow, securing a close to ideal implant placement. Nevertheless, this is not always possible, despite the use of these technologies. Compromised anatomy, as well as clinician’s misestimation are factors that cannot be excluded from surgical procedures. To date, the clinicians have the opportunity and privilege to deploy digital tools, new materials and components, in order to prosthetically compensate a non-ideal implant axis, in a manner that biology, aesthetics and function won’t be negatively affected.