Dr. H. Mikel Hopkins is a Dentist practicing in Dunedin, FL. Dr. Hopkins has been serving the Tampa Bay area for over 40 years. He specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dr. Hopkins specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry with the very latest techniques and equipment. From digital x-rays to laser treatments, his office stays on the cutting edge of dentistry. Dr. Hopkins also offers a complete line of facial rejuvenation treatments including Botox, facial fillers, Kybella, collagen induction therapies and many more. He believes that a beautiful smile and a beautiful face go hand in hand. We also offer sedation dentistry for those patients that need a little extra care to help them get through their treatment.
At Hopkins Dentistry, we treat patients from 2 to 102! Call 727-733-1175 to set up an appointment and see for yourself the difference.
Education and Training
W V School of Dentistry DDS 1976
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Get to know General Dentist Dr. H. Mikel Hopkins, who serves patients in Dunedin, Florida.
Dr. Hopkins is a general dentist who is currently serving patients’ dental needs at his private dental practice, Hopkins Aesthetic & Reconstructive Dentistry, located in Dunedin, Florida. The practice offers general aesthetics and reconstructive services that patients need to keep their smile looking great. “At Hopkins Dentistry, we take great pride in transforming your smile into one you can be proud of. Regardless of the cause, we restore any damage you may have incurred” as stated by the practice’s website.
Dr. Hopkins believes strongly that a multidisciplinary philosophy is in the best interest of his patients. This team approach includes referring to physicians, therapists, and other health practitioners. His staff is experienced, well-trained, and caring in meeting the special needs of each patient that walks through their door.
Dr. Hopkins is also an expert in treating TMJ dysfunction. As a result, he is the Director of the Tampa Bay TMJ Pain Center. In 1976, Dr. Hopkins attended West Virginia University School of Dentistry, where he graduated with honors.
Dr. Hopkins has been an active member of Kiwanis and other community groups. Besides providing the highest quality care to his patients, he has also traveled abroad and donated his dental skills to the citizens of less fortunate countries. He has helped the needy in Haiti, Bosnia, the Dominican Republic, and Peru.
Dr. Hopkins received the American Dental Association Award for Foreign Service for the many hours he has donated to serving others abroad. In 2018, he received Paul Harris Fellow recognition by the Rotary Foundation International for his continuing work with the people of Peru. In total, Dr. Hopkins has been to Peru seven times on dental mission trips sponsored by the Rotary Club of Seminole Lake. Additionally, Dr. Hopkins has been serving the greater Dunedin community since 1977, where he has raised his two children.
Dr. Hopkins is a Fellow of the International College of Craniomandibular Orthopedics. He is also a member of the American Dental Association, the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the Florida Dental Association, the West Coast Dental Association, the Upper Pinellas County Dental Association, the Christian Dental Society, the American Academy of Head, Neck and Facial Pain, the Pinnacle Advanced Implant Study Club, and the Quantum Dentists’ Club.
Dentistry, also known as Dental and Oral Medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity. A general dentist is a primary care dental provider who diagnoses, treats, and manages patients’ overall oral health care needs, including gum care, root canals, fillings, crowns, veneers, bridges, and preventive education. Dr. Hopkins has extensive experience in the treatment of craniomandibular disorders, TMJ orthopedics, and reconstruction therapy.
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