Minimally invasive prosthetic procedures (MIPPs) have been suggested and utilized for the esthetic rehabilitation of severely worn dentition. Minimizing the reduction of tooth structure and the use of additional adhesive techniques are key elements to ensure long-term results. This article presents the long-term result of this restorative technique. A total of 1,040 lithium disilicate restorations were adhesively luted, and 45 patients and 87 arches were treated. The cumulative survival rate recorded was 99.15%, with a 10-year survival probability of 96.5%. These remarkable results strongly support the use of MIPP as a restorative option for severely worn dentition.