The answer is yes. However the degree to which this rotation needs to be corrected depends on the positioning of the neighboring teeth as well as the proximity of the reduction
to the nerve.Please submit an x-ray for more definite answer.
Veneer covers the buccal side of the tooth. Porcelain veneers can cover such defects of the teeth like position, rotation, color, etc. If the tooth previously had some restorations placed, it can be corrected with all-ceramic crown as well.
Unfortunately, you did not include photos of your teeth. From your description, however. my guess is that Veneers will not be able to "retract" your lateral incisors without damaging your nerve in the process. If you submit some photos, I might be able to help you better.