When treating children, a conservative and minimally invasive approach is mandatory. In dental traumas with partial
coronal destruction, veneers represent the fastest and most effective method to rehabilitate front teeth of a young patient, since these
no- or minimal-preparation restorations were proved to have predictable results without reducing the enamel layer. Indirect additive
anterior composite restorations, besides being quick and minimally invasive, have to be considered a good treatment option for
rehabilitating children, because they are inexpensive and repairable over time. Current laboratory techniques, associated with a strict
clinical protocol, satisfy patients' restorative and aesthetic needs in few appointments and in a short time. CASE REPORT: The cases
reported describe the minimally invasive treatment of two lateral incisors with nano-hybrid resin composite veneers after traumatic
events. The patient satisfaction and good integration of indirect restorations confirmed the success of this rehabilitation.
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