Two clinical cases are presented in which Cerinate porcelain veneers are bonded over existing porcelain fused to metal fixed prosthetics that had deteriorated in appearance over time. Also, Cerinate veneers are bonded to some of the neighboring natural teeth to enhance overall appearance. There is no preparation of the teeth for either of the cases. Details of the technique with step-by-step images are given.
Also, the advantages of the approach to treatment are discussed. The advantages include conservation of tooth structure, no need for anesthesia, no need for temporaries, and a completely successful result that is obtained simply and expediently.