The evolution of the ceramic systems increasingly seeks to meet the aesthetic and functional needs of the restorations, providing composites with greater tenacity, translucency and resistance to traction and flexion, increasing the longevity of the restorations. Concomitantly with the development of restorative materials and minimally invasive techniques, professionals combine digital tools to improve visualization of aesthetic problems, create possible solutions and accurately guide clinical and laboratory procedures to achieve predictable results. Thus, in this case report we aimed to describe the changes in facial expression, through ultrathin ceramic laminates in patients with the main complaint of dissatisfaction with the aesthetic appearance of their smile. The team of professionals followed all the clinical steps required, from digital planning, restorative testing, mock up, the choice of material and the cementation of the restorations. In this way, it was possible to obtain satisfactory aesthetic results, through the choice of a highly personalized treatment, with adequate materials and planning the patient's needs.