The digital workflow in implant dentistry aims to provide safer and predictable implant placement. This is facilitated through visualization of the anatomical structures as well as the integration of the prosthetic information to dictate implant placement. Guided surgery is useful in edentulous arches planned for fixed rehabilitations, where the unfavorable position of the implants may limit the possibility to realize such a treatment option. In full-arch immediate implant placement and immediate loading, computer-guided implant surgery gains a significant importance. Here, clinicians rely on either soft-tissue or bone to provide support for the surgical guide during implant placement. Due to tooth extraction and loss of anatomical structures that improves the support of the surgical guide, the correct positioning of the surgical guide can be challenging. Further, the following procedure to delivering the immediate temporary rehabilitation can be also challenging because of the lack of workflow integrity between the surgical and restorative phase. This lecture presents a novel digital workflow for immediate implant placement and immediate loading of full-arch rehabilitation, which aims to improve the accuracy of implant placement surgery and simplify the procedure of delivering immediate provisional restorations.