The loss of anterior teeth can be hurtful to the patient both psychologically and socially. In adolescent patients, temporary replacement of the teeth can minimize these concerns. Many approaches have been described for this temporary replacement. This article presents an alternative approach for the oral rehabilitation of the preadolescent male who has edentulous space including sutura palatina media in the anterior maxilla. High expectations regarding esthetics by the patient were successfully met by utilizing a glass fiber-reinforced composite temporary removable partial denture. The restorations remained intact, with no discoloration or deterioration at the 16-month recall.