Dental indirect veneers have become the most functional and cost-effective method for providing high-aesthetic results
whenever smile design enhancement is required. Yet, clinical failures have been reported due to the detachment of the
veneers from the dental hard tissues, as well as to chipping and microleakage. Many experimental studies have been
conducted in order to identify clinical and technical solutions for enhancing the adhesive and biomechanical properties of
the veneers, by promoting the same classical, linear marginal contour of these particular indirect restorations. Thus, the
aim of this study is to develop a novel design of the veneers deemed to augment the interfacial adhesive forces and,
furthermore, to investigate the bonded interfaces by using optical coherence tomography.