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Hopton Dental Surgery

Dentistry for all the family

Why choose us?

Thank you for taking the time to look at our website. We hope that this website offers you an insight into our dental practice. 

We look forward to welcoming you and your family in the future. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. 


We provide a patient-centred approach to dental care focusing on preventive dentistry. 


Our experienced team, comfortable modern practice building and high end equipment and technology ensure a first class dental experience from the minute you make contact.

Experienced Dentist

Hopton Dental Surgery was established in 1985. Our team of experienced clinicians look forward to welcoming you and your family to our practice. Our aim is to enable you to have the smile you deserve. We pride ourselves on our commitment to patients care offering a patient-centered approach where all aspects of oral health are considered at every appointment.

Friendly Clinic Near You

We are a family run dental practice offering dentistry for all the family. Conveniently located in the beautiful Suffolk village of Hopton, on the Norfolk / Suffolk border between Diss, Bury St Edmunds and Thetford. Our team work hard to build relationships with patients where trust is at the forefront of our approach.
We have a large car park with ample parking for patients.

Modern and Affordable

We offer modern, innovative dentistry and competitive pricing. We have purposely designed our practice so that patients feel comfortable and relaxed as possible and leave feeling happy with their dental experience. We invest in technology and our clinical team look forward to helping you achieve excellent oral health.

What our patients say....

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“If you are considering visiting this dentist do not hesitate.... the team in general from arrival to departure are particularly special as you are made to feel at ease and no question you have is regarded as a silly one.

Our Philosophy

At Hopton Dental Surgery we value our patients and want to help you achieve outstanding oral hygiene.  We firmly believe in preventive dentistry

Preventive dentistry is the modern way of helping you keep a healthy mouth. It helps you to keep your teeth, and means you need to have less dental treatment. The two main causes of tooth loss are decay and gum disease. The better you prevent or deal with these two problems, the more chance you will have of keeping your teeth for life. When the dental team and patient work together, this can help to prevent the need for treatment – especially fillings and extractions. Your dental team may recommend a course of treatment to get your mouth into good condition, and then work out a ‘maintenance plan’ to help you keep it that way.

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Whether you’re curious about our services, have a question or wish to provide feedback, we value all comments and we’re here to answer any questions.

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NHS Advice

For oral health help and advice for the NHS, please click on the button below. *Regretably we are not accepting new NHS patients. 

ALL Patients should inform staff if they have any signs or symptoms of a respiratory illness including COVID-19.  Patients should not attend the practice if they are unwell unless it is an emergency and they have spoken to the practice prior to attending.


The waiting room is open for patients to use. Vulnerable patients are able to use the waiting room if they wish or can wait outside or in their car if they feel more comfortable.

      • All patients should attend alone wherever possible or with one other person if absolutely necessary.
      • Non-respiratory patients are asked to wear at least a simple face covering when they attend.
      • If the patient requires a chaperone, they should be advised of the practice policy on chaperones.
      • The patient should use hand sanitiser and wear a mask when entering the building.
      • Respiratory patients are asked to wear surgical facemasks (Type II or Type IIR) (where clinically tolerated) which is provided if necessary
      • Respiratory pathway patients should use the toilet before attending the practice.
      • Once entering the surgery, the patient is asked to retain their face mask (if provided) until the end of the appointment