The treatment of diastemas should be conservative to preserve
tooth structure, and porcelain veneers provide an esthetic solution
with minimal tooth preparation. However, asymmetric
diastemas can be difficult to treat and may require redistribution
of spaces. Additionally, extensive proximal restorations
may negatively impact periodontal health. Minor tooth movement
with elastic separators can be used to redistribute the interdental spaces and provide space for the interdental papilla.
The aim of this paper was to present a clinical treatment involving
the movement of peg-shaped maxillary lateral incisors with
elastic separators to rearrange the spaces of asymmetric diastemas,
thereby managing the horizontal distance during rehabilitation
of the smile with minimally invasive ceramic veneers.