Here we see a patient with a prognathic mandible (his lower teeth were forward and in front of his upper teeth upon closing). Correction would have required extensive maxillofacial surgery and orthodontic treatment. It's hard to believe that his cosmetic problem was solved with eight porcelain veneers in just two visits.
Here we have a severely constricted arch with no room for the patient's maxillary right lateral incisor. As a result the tooth was pushed in towards the tongue. This patient did not want to spend two years in braces to straighten her teeth. Once the lateral incisor was removed, her teeth were restored with eight porcelain veneers. Her right canine was shaped like a lateral incisor and her right first bicuspid was shaped like a canine to create the illusion of a normal, pretty smile.