Background and Objectives: Following the most recent software and 3D printing developments, the use of personalized 3D printed orthopedic implants for treatment of complicated surgical cases has gained more popularity. Today, orthopedic problems that cannot be solved with standard implants may be effectively addressed using personalized prostheses. The aim of this study is to present the designing, modeling and production stages of four different personalized 3D printed prostheses and their application in clinical cases of patients who underwent treatment in various anatomical locations with a precisely specified indication for implantation. Materials and Methods: Based on computed tomography scanning, personalized 3D printed prostheses were designed, produced and used in four patients within a period of three to five days after injury or admission. Results: Early term follow-ups demonstrated good to excellent results. Conclusions: Personalized 3D printed prostheses offer an opportunity for a treatment of choice and provide good anatomical and functional results, shortened surgical time, less complications, and high satisfaction in patients with appropriate indications. The method should be considered primarily for patients with large bone defects, or such indicated for resection. Personalized 3D printed prostheses have the potential to become more common and beneficial in the future.