Hopkins Orthodontics

Creating Beautiful Smiles for Children & Adults

  • 501-268-2000

Searcy Office
3206 Langley Drive
Searcy, AR 72143
(501) 268-2000

Heber Springs Office
1031 N. Hwy 25B
Heber Springs, AR 72543
(501) 362-2006

Meet Dr. Hopkins

Dr. Jonathan Hopkins

Jonathan R. Hopkins, DDS

My first priority is always my patients, and I work hard to make sure that each one feels welcome and as comfortable as possible. I treat each patient with understanding and sensitivity, and pay great attention to detail. I devote my time to making sure everything about your orthodontic treatment is in place, ensuring your complete satisfaction.

Education and experience

I understand how important it is to choose an orthodontist who is well qualified to take care of your smile and the precious smiles of your children. I graduated from Hendrix College for my undergraduate degree and continued on to the University of Tennessee, where I earned my Doctorate of Dental Surgery. I completed my orthodontic training at Louisiana State University and opened Hopkins Orthodontics in 2006. Since then, I have been dedicated to my career and giving my patients the best options for the enhancement of their smiles.

Continuing education offers me the opportunity to stay current with the latest trends and treatment techniques. Every year, my staff and I attend the American Association of Orthodontists meeting to learn about all the new advancements in orthodontic technology.


Outside the office

I am a native of Fort Smith, AR, and have lived in the Searcy area since 2006. I am married to my wonderful wife, Nicole, and we have been blessed with two handsome boys named Hunter and Knox. When I’m not in the office I enjoy hunting, fishing, golfing, going to local sporting events, anything that involves being outdoors, and spending time with my family.

My team and I are also very involved in our community. We participate with the Special Olympics, Day Of Caring and make boxes every year for the Samaritan Purse. We get our patients involved in different community outreach programs as well, such as collecting cans at Thanksgiving to donate to the Searcy Junior Auxiliary Food Baskets project.

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