Patient profile: D is a middle age female with great oral hygiene. First visit: Upon examination, a front crown had a fracture that required a new crown. She was also interested in closing the gap between the front teeth. The fractured crown shade did not match, and the position of the crown was not aligned properly with the surrounding teeth. The metal from the crown was also making her tooth look dark. It was recommended to place two new crowns to replace the fractured crown, to fill the gap between the teeth, and to give her a more natural smile. The fractured crown was removed, and both teeth were prepared for aesthetic nonmetal crowns. Shades were selected with diligence to match her surrounding teeth, and aesthetic temporary crowns were made for her. A mock up of the final product was shown to D, and together were able to discuss changes that would create her aesthetic smile. Second visit: The temporary crowns were removed, and the new crowns were fitted. She was happy with the results, and the crowns were permanently cemented. D was able to smile again without having to hide her teeth.