Conservation of anchorage in totality has been a perennial problem to the traditional orthodontist.Conventional means of supporting anchorage have been using either intra-oral sites or relying on extraoral means. Both of these have their limitations – The extra-oral forces cannot be used on a 24×7 basis to resist the continuous tooth moving forces and are also taxing on the patient’s compliance. On the other hand,strict reliance on intra-oral areas does not offer any significant advantages, except the fact that the patient’s co-operation is less critical. Due to these constraints therefore, at times, either the treatment options start getting limited or the end result compromised. The advent of osseointegrated implants, due to the pioneering studies of Prof. Branemark has changed this scenario. The implants made of titanium have been widely used by several orthodontists as they offer Absolute Anchorage.