Marc Neuffer, MD, FACS

Dr. Neuffer has worked in the Air Force for 20 years and is currently serving as the Chief of
Surgery at the Air Force Academy. He completed his ophthalmology training at the prestigious
University of Utah, John A. Moran Eye Center and has performed over 12,000 vision correction
procedures. While at the Air Force Academy, he has introduced three new vision correction
surgeries for military members.

He also works as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology for the University of
Colorado School of Medicine in Denver where he trains ophthalmology residents and fellows in
LASIK. He has authored several publications in cornea and refractive surgery and serves as a
member of the Congressionally Directed Vision Research Panel on which he assists in
forwarding new treatments for ocular combat injuries in wounded warriors.

Dr. Neuffer started wearing glasses in fourth grade. After medical school laser vision corrective
surgery set him free! “The surgery changed my life! It helped me see well at night, perform
better in sports, and allowed me to deploy to Afghanistan without worrying about breaking or
losing my glasses. I was so impressed with the results that I wanted to offer the same
experience to all my patients.”

Dr.  Neuffer loves spending time with his family. He is married to Danielle and has three
children. They enjoy hiking, mountain biking, camping, and having backyard barbeques.