The absence of teeth due to congenital hypodontia or trauma is the most frequent cause of loss of teeth in young children, this leads to loss of masticatory functions, inadequate normal alveolar growth, along with unpleasant esthetics that impede the psychosocial development of child. Dental implants would be considered as an ideal treatment option for absence of teeth, but the most deterring factor in placing an implant in children is the impeding growth. In the maxilla and mandible, continuous remodelling is taking place, and therefore growth in one plane cannot occur uniformly. A multidisciplinary approach was incorporated into the treatment plan by several clinicians in children to achieve successful implant treatment. The aim of this review to understand the implant implications in pediatric dentistry.