Step by step single visit anterior crown esthetics. Use shade guide to pick color brighter and darker then tooth. Pick colors under day light. Make sure the angle of shade guide and tooth are correct. Take photo with and without shade guide. Patients eyes should be at the same level. Use stool to achieve correct height and pay attention to correct head angle. Select corresponding material type and its color shade. Use photos with shade guide to select correct shade. Compare shade guide and tooth with the help of color picker. Switch to gray to match the brightness of the shade guide, patient tooth and eye sclera. Proceed with scanning, design, and manufacturing. Create secondary anatomy. Create enamel layers on the labial surface of the anterior. Create Distolabial and Mesiolabial developmental grooves. Smooth rough surface. Use feather touch technique. Make sure to not smooth out anatomical design. Medium polishing. Medium polish of the distal and mesial side. Medium polish of labial and lingual side. High Polishing. Continue to create high polish. Use feather touch technique again. Finishing using diamond paste and cotton wheel. Create multiple high polished surfaces. Final crown. Natural reflections and anatomical surface design.