Dr. Erika Campbell was raised in Naples and earned her Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the University of Florida. She completed four years of dental training at Nova Southeastern University, where she graduated first in her class and received awards for professionalism, scholarship, and excellence in research. After dental training, Dr. Campbell completed a one-year fellowship at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and then had two additional years of orthodontic training as Chief Resident at Nova Southeastern University.

Dr. Campbell has many notable achievements including a research fellowship in growth and development. She has attended several internships at higher institutions of learning including the University of North Carolina, Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Orthodontics and the Ohio State University.

She has given numerous presentations around the country and has been a teaching assistant at Nova Southeastern University’s Orthodontics Department. Dr. Campbell is a member of the American Association of Orthodontists, American Dental Association, American Association of Women Dentists and Florida Dental Association. She was a founding member of Nova Southeastern’s Women’s Dental Society. Dr. Campbell is Board Certified as a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and has been licensed in advanced orthodontic techniques including Invisalign®. She brings her extensive education and practical experience to a community that she loves. Dr. Campbell resides in Naples with her husband, Patrick, and two sons, Mason and Ian.