The purpose of this case report and review is to present the successful management of complicated crown-root fracture of maxillary central incisor with a multidisciplinary approach. A 57-year-old male patient reported with a complaint of unpleasant appearance due to a broken 21. Clinical and radiological examination revealed a complicated oblique crown-root fracture extending below the gingival margin. The tooth was endodontically treated. Surgical crown lengthening with osseous recontouring was performed. After 7 days prefabricated temporary crown was cemented, 6 weeks after surgery fiber post was placed followed by composite core build up. The tooth was restored with a permanent restoration of porcelain fused to the metal crown with gingival porcelain. Examination after 3 months revealed the good periodontal health, esthetic, normal function and patient satisfaction. The key factor in the successful functional and esthetic rehabilitation of a complicated crown-root fracture is weighing of all the available options with a multidisciplinary approach.