Dr. Nicole Eberle is passionate about providing her patients with exceptional orthodontic care in a warm, friendly, and caring environment in her office in Denver Cherry Creek. We create Denver smiles that last. Her journey to become an orthodontist began when she moved from her native Anchorage, Alaska to Evanston, Illinois to attend college at Northwestern University. While volunteering at Northwestern University’s Dental School as a college student, she confirmed her love for working with people and making a difference in their lives. She graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Northwestern University and moved down the road to attend dental school at the University of Iowa in Iowa City.
Following in her dad’s footsteps, Dr. Eberle graduated from dental school with numerous awards and as the valedictorian of her class. Thus far, Dr. Eberle and her dad, Dr. Kenneth Eberle, are the only father-daughter duo to graduate at the top of their respective classes at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. She was also inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society. She immediately entered and completed the Orthodontics residency at the University of Iowa. After graduation Dr. Eberle moved to Minneapolis, where she worked in an amazing private practice and gained extensive knowledge of Invisalign. Additionally, she taught orthodontic residents at the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry as an Associate Adjunct Professor. She moved to Denver in 2009 and established an orthodontic practice in Cherry Creek.
As a board certified Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics, Dr. Eberle feels it is important to stay on the cutting-edge of her field. Thus, she maintains memberships in many prestigious professional organizations to keep up-to-date on the latest orthodontic techniques and technology. She has developed an expertise in esthetic and invisible orthodontic treatment options, including clear braces, Invisalign, Harmony, and Incognito. Dr. Eberle is a member of the American Board of Orthodontists, the American Association of Orthodontists, the American Lingual Orthodontic Association, the American Dental Association, the Colorado Dental Association, and the Metropolitan Denver Dental Society. Currently fewer than 10% of orthodontists in Denver are board certified. She is the past chair of the New Dentist Committee, part of the Colorado Dental Association. The New Dentist Committee is key to shaping the future of young dentists and dental specialists in Colorado.
Dr. Eberle is continually inspired by her parents. Her dad, an orthodontist in Anchorage, Alaska, is the best clinical orthodontist she knows. He is not only a board certified orthodontist, but a member of the prestigious Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists. She feels very lucky to have a personal consultant! Following successful completion of her board exam, Dr. Eberle was also invited to begin the intense seven year process to become a member of the Midwest Component of the Edward H. Angle Society, an elite group of orthodontists from all over the world who have not only earned board certification, but have demonstrated exceptional proficiency in clinical orthodontic treatment and knowledge of growth and development of the craniofacial complex. Her mom is a source of endless encouragement and ideas. She did everything possible to help Dr. Eberle achieve her personal and professional goals.
Dr. Eberle takes pride in giving back to the community. Her teachers and parents were fundamental in her education and her goal to be an orthodontist. Did you know that orthodontic treatment involves mostly physics with a little biology and chemistry mixed in? Dr. Eberle loves to give lectures to high school students on the physics, biology, and chemistry on orthodontic treatment. Younger students love to learn about what happens when you put a baby tooth in Coke or how much sugar is in common drinks we consume. If you would like to have Dr. Eberle come to your classroom or if you are looking for mentoring advice as to how to become an orthodontist, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-320-0307.
Dr. Eberle is married to fellow Northwestern alum, Matt, and they have two daughters, Brynn and Rylie. While not in the office Dr. Eberle might be found traveling, skiing, fishing for halibut and salmon in her native Alaska, attending Northwestern events (there's a lot of purple at their house), or cooking big meals for family and friends.