Cornea and Cataract Surgeon
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Dr. Anderson offers complete vision and comprehensive eye exams. Advanced diagnostics are used to evaluate every aspect of your eyes.
Have you been diagnosed with a cataract? This is a great opportunity to improve your vision with the help of single vision or multifocal lenses.
Dr. Anderson is a fellowship-trained ophthalmologist that specializes in cataract surgery. Dr. Anderson completed medical school at the University of Illinois followed by ophthalmology residency at Chicago’s Cook County Medical Center, one of the country’s busiest hospitals. In residency, he achieved the 90th percentile on the annual ophthalmology in-service exam and 95th percentile in cornea and cataract surgery volume. In his final year, he was elected Chief Resident by his attendings. Dr. Anderson then completed a Corneal, Refractive, and External Disease Fellowship at Wake Forest University and made a humanitarian trip to Honduras to provide complex cataract surgical services to the underprivileged local community.
Dr. Anderson serves patients in the Greater Colorado Springs area. He has completed thousands of successful cataract surgeries using the latest diagnostic and surgical technologies.
Contribute to the well-being of the Colorado Springs community by providing exceptional eyecare and eye surgery
In addition to a focus on cataract and cornea surgery, Dr. Anderson is an eye doctor that offers comprehensive eye care including vision exams and treatment for glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic eye disease.