Re-establishing a patient’s lost dental esthetic appearance is one of the most important topics for contemporary dentistry. Veneers are restorations which are envisioned to correct existing abnormalities, esthetic deficiencies and discolorations. Veneer restorations may be processed in two different ways: direct or indirect. Direct veneers have no need to be prepared in the laboratory and are based on the principle of application of a composite material directly to the prepared tooth surface in the dental clinic. Absence of necessity for tooth preparation, low cost for patients compared with indirect techniques and other prosthetic approaches, reversibility of treatment and no need for an additional adhesive cementing system are some advantages of this technique.