Many patients present with both functional and aesthetic problems. The dentist must first listen to the concerns of the patient, then evaluate the clinical findings in order to correctly apply dental facial treatment planning principles. When appropriate, minimally invasive techniques using a multidisciplinary approach should be presented. This article shows the step-by-step thought process and treatment sequence for replacing and restoring a 20-year-old feldspathic minimal preparation veneer case. Verbal communication and clinical adjustments during each phase were critical to the successful outcome, including after the final cementation of the porcelain restorations. Collaboration with the patient invested her as an active participant in her aesthetic outcome and enhanced her satisfaction with both the process and the end result.