Surgical and prosthodontic restoration of the midfacial region following tumor resection has always posed a considerable challenge, as this area serves crucial functional and esthetic roles. Being diagnosed and subsequently treated for facial tumors can have an immense psychosocial impact on a patient, as the resulting defects are often disfiguring, and lead to an inability to masticate, swallow, and speak clearly. Provision of an immediate facial and dental prosthesis at the time of surgery can limit these side effects and help reduce mental duress on these patients and their families, as well as aid in the process of rehabilitation. Rapid prototyping (RP) and 3D printing, as this paper shows, assists presurgical planning of the tumor resection, as well as the manufacture of maxillofacial and dental prostheses. Often these defects are extensive, so prosthesis retention is aided by zygomatic implants placed at the time of surgical resection. When placed at this time, and prior to radiation therapy, these craniofacial implants have improved survival rates. Thus, this treatment modality can improve postoperative recovery considerably, while at the same time allowing for cleaning and monitoring of the resected site for tumor recurrence.