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Neurofibromatosis (NF) is an autosomal-dominant inherited syndrome with teeth retention and complex tooth deficiencies which can affect swallowing, speech, esthetic, and airway patency. That’s where the rehabilitation of structures, functions, esthetics deformities, and life quality with different prosthetic choices should be considered. The present literature review inspected the prosthetic treatment plans to rehabilitate NF type 1 after hemi-mandibulectomy. By an extensive literatures search, some articles were chosen. The prosthetic treatment options for dental reconstruction of the hemi-mandibulectomy can be conventional removable prostheses, implant-supported fixed protheses, and implant-supported removable protheses. Ultimately, choosing among prosthetic treatment plans is made based on clinician opinion, patient preference, and ridge condition in each case.