The digitalisation in the field of dentistry particularly talking in terms of Dental Implantology is running swiftly. The contribution from the various sources of digital dentistry i.e. the digital devices namely the 3D CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography), Digital Scanners including the Intraoral scanners & Extraoral (Lab) scanners with recent introduction of Facial scanners along with 3D Photogrammetric approaches have paved the way for the dental surgeon to cater the patients virtually. A commonly used term i.e. Digital Workflow, also helped the clinician to treat the patients in a proper stepwise manner. The workflow approach has helped the clinicians to deal with the patients, right from the diagnosis, scanning, designing and final fabrication of the prosthesis. Digital workflow in implant dentistry has always ensured better treatment planning with increased accuracy and predictability of the final treatment thereby helping the dental surgeons to foresee the exact surgical procedure giving due respect to the anatomy and the associated landmarks and thereby treating the patient with minimal discomfort. This review article highlights about the incorporation of digital dentistry and digitization as nuances in the field of dental implantology with more accuracy and reduced error and further possible complications to improve the final planning and prosthetic rehabilitation of the patient.