Porcelain veneers for primary incisors: a case report.Quintessence Int. 1995 Jul; 26(7):455-57.QI
A 4-year-old boy with severely discolored primary maxillary incisors was treated with bonded porcelain veneer restorations. Two years previously, the child had been treated with topical application of sodium fluoride-silver nitrate solution to arrest dental caries associated with a nursing bottle habit. With minimal chair time, the incisors were restored with laboratory-processed porcelain veneer restorations that were bonded with resin cement. This is perhaps the only report to date of the use of porcelain veneer restorations for primary anterior teeth.