Provisional restorations are valuable for assessing and communicating the restoration’s final outcome. Based on the diagnostic wax-up’s design, provisional restorations are created to evaluate compatibility with oral and facial balance as well as comfort and consistency in function. After adjustments are made by the dental office, the provisional becomes a prototype. While diagnostic wax-ups show an ideal treatment plan based on dental models, prototypes predict the exact interactions between the final restoration and the patient’s orofacial features. This is the final reference point of the fabrication process and allows everyone to be on the same page so that we can achieve realistic and successful restorations.