Ceramic veneers are well known as a conservative treatment option for anterior teeth presenting wear, fractures, interdental spaces, and facial defects. Bonded ceramic veneers have been proven to show reliable outcomes with positive long-term results. A 20-year-old female patient reported with the complaint of discoloured and fractured anterior teeth and wanted cosmetic rehabilitation for the same. A treatment plan of ceramic veneers for maxillary canine to canine (13-23) was advised and carried out. A 28-year-old male patient reported with the complaint of midline spacing in upper front tooth region. Ceramic veneers for maxillary central incisors (11-21) were planned as he declined the orthodontic corrections. Nowadays, ceramic veneers have reached a very high level of quality: the parameters of tissue economy, aesthetics, and function are no longer antagonistic. Hence, ceramic veneers should be our first option when establishing a treatment plan for aesthetic regions.
Schlagwörter: ceramic, diastema, aesthetics, fluorosis, veneers