Dr. Williams grew up in Greenville, DE and graduated from A. I. DuPont high school. While in high school Erika swam, and played lacrosse and field hockey, while spending summers in the family business as a dental assistant. After graduation she was accepted at her grandparents alma matter, Swarthmore College, and was recruited to play field hockey and lacrosse. While at Swarthmore, Dr. Williams immersed herself in Art History, graduating in 2001 with a Bachelors of Arts in that subject.
After graduating Dr. Williams, returned home and picked up working at the office and preparing for dental school. Dr. Williams then enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Dental Medicine. During the course of her studies she traveled abroad to train in a clinic in Glasgow, Scotland and was selected to work in the Medically Complex Clinic (MCC) Honors Program during her Senior Year, providing dental care and treatment to HIV/AIDS and medically complex patients.
After graduation Erika returned to Delaware for a hospital residency in Wilmington. Upon completing residency, Dr. Williams has maintained private office hours while taking a position as teaching faculty at the Christiana Care/Wilmington Hospital Residency Clinic. Her position includes teaching in the Implant Clinic and she continues to have hospital privileges. Dr. Williams has been representing Delaware dentists as an alternate delegate to the American Dental Association.
Specializing in all aspect of implants, restorations and surgery. Caters to all age groups