Ultra-high dielectric constant (uHDC) materials were established as an effective B1 shimming and enhancement tool in MRI. A dielectric material operates at certain frequency range and enhances fields at an anticipated resonance frequency. We trimmed a rectangular dielectric block such that the fundamental frequency mode of the block resonated at 3 T, and compared it with a similarly sized non-resonant block. Both cases were coupled with a transmit receive surface coil resonant at 123.2 MHz. The effect of the surface coil area on the B1 field enhancement was explored to optimize the dielectric and coil configuration.