Porcelain Veneers Tulsa

Porcelain Veneers Can Fix Teeth That Are:


Conceal staining inside the tooth won’t respond to whitening.

Stained Teeth Veneers


Eliminate discoloration from food or age that doesn’t whiten.

Yellow Teeth Porcelain Veneers

Chipped or Broken

Make minor chips and breaks whole again.

Chipped Tooth Veneers


Enlarge peg laterals and other small teeth.

Small Teeth Veneers


Get rid of that gap in your teeth forever.

Gap Teeth Veneers


Straighten teeth quickly without orthodontics and no retainer.

Crooked Teeth Veneers

Enjoy Your New Smile in Just Two Weeks

Are Porcelain Veneers Right for You?

If You’re Looking for a Smile Solution That Is:


It only takes two visits to get your porcelain veneers placed. That means you can have an entirely new smile in just two weeks.


Porcelain veneers require only a small amount of tooth material to be removed—if any. This makes the procedure easy for you with little to no discomfort.


If you want a smile that turns heads, porcelain veneers can give it to you.


Porcelain veneers are glazed so that they shed stains. As long as the glaze is intact, your veneers won’t stain.


You want a smile that looks natural, and porcelain veneers can do that for you with the luster of natural teeth matched perfectly to the rest of your smile—no one will know you’ve had veneers placed.


This isn’t your grandmother’s porcelain—it’s an advanced ceramic designed to look beautiful and be tough enough to take a bite out of the toughest foods.


Porcelain veneers can do more and often do it better than other treatments. Whiten, repair, and straighten teeth at the same time. Plus, get them whiter than teeth whitening can achieve while seeing results faster than with orthodontics. Almost no matter what your teeth are like now, they can be perfect.


Although porcelain veneers are thin, they are strong, and even stronger when bonded to your natural teeth. They can last 10, 15, 20 years or more. With proper care they can last a lifetime!

A Simple Process

After you decide you want porcelain veneers, it only takes two appointments to get your porcelain veneers placed.

First Appointment

  • We finalize the design of your new smile
  • Dr. Hodges prepares your teeth to receive veneers
  • Impressions of your teeth are taken
  • Temporary veneers are placed. Although not as durable as your final veneers, these are attractive and you’ll enjoy wearing them.

Between Appointments

  • Impressions are sent to a dental lab
  • Your veneers are crafted to our exact specifications from the most advanced materials available

Second Appointment

  • Temporary veneers are removed
  • Try on veneers to make sure they are perfect
  • If necessary, subtle adjustments can be made to ensure your smile matches your dreams
  • Veneers are bonded to your teeth

Easy Maintenance for Long Life

Just treat your porcelain veneers the way you should treat your natural teeth.

Brush and Floss Regularly

But avoid abrasive toothpaste to keep from damaging veneers.

Visit the Dentist Regularly

Although veneers can’t decay, decay in your natural teeth can mean you have to replace veneers.

Avoid Damaging Behaviors

Your porcelain veneers can be hurt by the same bad behaviors that damage your natural teeth. For long-lasting results:

  • Don’t use teeth as tools. They aren’t:
    • Pliers
    • Nutcrackers
    • Bottle openers
    • Scissors
  • Don’t chew non-foods, including:
    • Fingernails
    • Ice
    • Pens or pencils
  • Don’t clench your teeth

Your Dentist Makes All the Difference

Porcelain veneers are great tools for achieving beautiful smiles, but the tool is not greater than the master who wields it. Use great care in choosing a cosmetic dentist to place your porcelain veneers. Our award-winning cosmetic dentists’ results have been nationally recognized for their attractiveness.

See our Before and After images to get an idea of the great results she might be able to achieve for you.

Then contact élan by Dr. Meghan Hodges at (918) 528-3330 to schedule your porcelain veneers consultation today.