Welcome to Hawkins Dental Care

Welcome to our Centre of Excellence for Implant and Restorative Dentistry.

Whether it is before, during or after your treatment, we are here to care for you.

At Hawkins Dental Care in Birmingham we offer a wide range of dental treatment covering, restorative dentistry, aesthetic dentistry, teeth whitening and general dentistry including a private dental plan.

Our personal approach to dentistry is focused on service and founded in expertise. Our patients want to know that they are seeing an experienced dentist, and will be treated in a calm, welcoming environment, supported by modern technologies; we are proud to be able to provide this.

Our aim is to look after you as we would like to be looked after. Our firm belief is that you come first and we ensure we always look out for your best interests as a person and not just a patient. We understand that oral health can be a sensitive subject and a visit to the dentist can make some people anxious. That’s why your comfort is our paramount concern no matter what the treatment or issue.


Composite Bonding – most cost-effective way to improve your smile?

Composite Bonding also known as Dental Bonding, Tooth Bonding and Cosmetic Bonding Do you want to know the simplest and most cost-effective method for getting rid of your stained or crooked teeth? The answer could be composite bonding, a simple procedure which can provide you with a beautiful and even smile. What is Composite Bonding? Bonding is […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Dental Implants

What is a Dental Implant? If you have missing teeth, and either don’t want or can’t tolerate a removable denture, dental implants can provide a life-changing solution. A dental implant is a small metal rod or screw, which is secured into the jawbone through the gums to support a false tooth or teeth. Once the […]

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Pregnancy causes a vast array of physiological changes in the human body. We know that your feet can swell up and you can get weird cravings, but it can also have a negative impact on your teeth. There are specific dental problems that sometimes occur during pregnancy, such as gingivitis and granulomas, which we’ve already […]

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