Porcelain is considered the most natural-looking material for the restoration of missing hard tissues and is available in a range of shades and translucencies. Clinicians have long sought conservative treatment approaches to restore anterior teeth with long-lasting and esthetic materials. This endeavor has been marked by new ceramic
compositions and innovative restorative techniques. This article presents two case reports involving the use of ceramic veneers without tooth preparation, reinforcing the concept that noninvasive porcelain laminate veneers are a versatile and conservative treatment option in esthetic dentistry.