Loss of teeth is sometimes inevitable. But, it is the duty of a restorative dentist to restore the loss of teeth in way keeping in mind the discomfort and agony of the patient. Rehabilitation of these types of patients requires thorough knowledge and great skills on the part of a prosthodontist. This clinical case report describes the management of a 58-year-old male patient with a loss of mandibular posterior teeth and severely attrited anterior teeth opposing natural teeth. The treatment plan was to restore the loss of teeth and the loss of vertical dimension by providing prosthesis keeping in mind the occlusion and stomatognathic system. A novel approach of fixed and removable type of prostheses was implemented and successfully delivered.