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Dr. Diana Reeves

Experienced Retinal Specialist in Denver, CO

Dr. Diana Reeves MD

Diana Reeves, MD, is a retinal specialist in Denver, CO. A diplomat of the American Board of Ophthalmology, she is highly trained in diagnosing and treating a full spectrum of retinal diseases at her practice, the Denver Retina Center P.C.


Diana holds an MD and a Master’s Degree in Medical Sciences from the Boston University School of Medicine, where she graduated Cum Laude. After receiving many years of experience in general surgery, neurosurgery, and comprehensive hospital care, Diana completed an ophthalmology residency, followed by two consecutive fellowships in medical and retinal surgery at Vanderbilt University with world-renowned professor J. Donald M. Gass, MD and at the University of Washington in Seattle.

Teaching Experience

In addition to performing general eye surgery, Diana has served as a clinical instructor and teaching assistant at many academic institutions, including the University of Colorado, Denver.

Awards and Honors

Diana has received many awards and honors, including:

  • Best Resident Research Paper (2002)
  • National Winner of the Rabb-Venable Ophthalmology Award for Outstanding Research (2001)
  • The Memorial Achievement Citation from the American Medical Women’s Association (1995)
  • Contact Denver Retina Center P.C. today to schedule an appointment today. We look forward to seeing you!

    General Eye Surgery

    The eyes are a very sensitive and powerful tool for the human body. If they require surgery, then it’s imperative to see a highly-skilled ophthalmologist. Thanks to scientific and technological advances, general eye surgery is very safe and precise with few risks to your eyes. The most common types of services include:

  • PRK
  • Cataract Surgery
  • Glaucoma Surgery
  • Diabetic Retinopathy Surgery
  • Macular Degeneration Surgery
  • No matter how small a procedure, the ophthalmologist is responsible for ensuring the safety of your eyes. Each of these general eye surgeries needs special attention before and after the process to ensure as few complications as possible. Consult with your ophthalmologist about your eye health history before you move ahead with the operation. You’ll also need to let them know about any medications — like blood thinners — that may create complications during surgery. In short, the consultation will ensure you’re ready to move forward with the surgery.

    The patient is responsible for arranging an escort back home after the surgery as vision can be impaired. Depending on the procedure, it could take your eye a little longer to heal post-surgery. Even if it’s something as standard as LASIK, you may experience blurry vision and other discomforts. Please make an appointment with an ophthalmologist today to plan your general eye surgery. Visit our office in the Cherry Creek North area.