Introduction: Modern materials and technologies are increasingly supplanting dental alloys in dental prosthetics, both in the laboratory and in the dental practice. Various ceramic systems increasingly present the material of choice for prosthetic restorations. Purpose: The purpose of the diploma work is to demonstrate on the clinical case the production of all-ceramic crown on an individually produced zirconium oxide ceramic abutment. Methods of work: The methods of work include a review of the domestic and foreign professional literature, technological procedures in the field of all-ceramic fixed dental prostheses and individually developed abutments. Results: In the dissertation, we demonstrated laboratory procedures of all-ceramic crown on an individually produced zirconium oxide ceramic abutment with technological, professional and theoretical material. Discussion and conclusion: The use of zirconium oxide ceramics in modern dental prosthetics as a material for the framework of a full-ceramic crown in the lateral area is becoming the most frequently selected material when it comes to aesthetic solutions of all-ceramic restorations. Zirconia oxide ceramics abutments have been used in the visible area, but with the development of CAD / CAM systems, they are becoming one of the possibilities in the lateral area too.