Steven A. Dingeldein, MD
Steven A. Dingeldein, MD is a Greensboro native and joined Alamance Eye Center in 1988. Dr. Dingeldein graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UNC-Chapel Hill and attended Princeton Theological Seminary. He received his medical degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and completed an internship in internal medicine and a residency in ophthalmology at UNC. He completed subspecialty training in diseases and surgery of the cornea at Louisiana State Medical Center in New Orleans. In August 1991, as the principal investigator in clinical trials on the VISX excimer laser project in NC, Dr. Dingeldein was the first physician in this area to treat myopia with an excimer laser.
Dr. Dingeldein is a member of the North Carolina Medical Society (and has served as chairman of the NCMS Managed Care Committee), the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, American Academy of Ophthalmology and the North Carolina/South Carolina Society of Eye Physicans and Surgeons. He has been named one of the top doctors in North Carolina by Business North Carolina Magazine each year 2004-2014.
Dr. Dingeldein and his wife Mary, are the parents of two daughters. Dr. Dingeldein enjoys scuba diving with his family. His other passions include photography above and below water as well as theology and the study of early Christian history.