Steven P. Dunn, M.D. | Board Certified Ophthalmolgist
Cornea and External Disease, Anterior Segment Reconstruction
Practice Closure and Future Contact Information
Dr. Dunn is still in the process of arranging for a practice site to see existing and new cornea patients. It is hoped that this information will be available by the second week in October. If an appointment is needed after the closure of Michigan Cornea Consultants, PC on October 31, 2019, ask our receptionists to give you a temporary appointment. (That appointment will most likely be after November 15, 2019). Someone will call you when the new office site and schedule are finally established to confirm the appointment.
Please check this page periodically for updates. Thank you for your understanding.
Born in Albany, New York, Dr. Dunn attended Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree. He earned his medical degree from the Albany Medical College of Union University in 1977. Following completion of his ophthalmology residency training at the Albany Medical Center, Dr. Dunn was awarded a Bausch and Lomb Corneal Fellowship for additional training in the subspecialty of Corneal and External Diseases at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
Dr. Dunn moved to Southeast Michigan in 1982 upon completion of his fellowship training. He started Michigan Cornea Consultants in 1985 as an academic and patient-oriented subspecialty practice and was joined by Dr. Heidemann in 1987.
Education and research have been a big part of the mission of Michigan Cornea Consultants since its inception. Dr. Dunn has been actively involved in the ophthalmology residency training programs at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan and the Detroit Osteopathic Ophthalmology Residency Program. He is the cornea and external diseases section head at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak and has assumed various teaching and educational roles locally and nationally with the American Academy of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Dunn has authored numerous articles and chapters in ophthalmic journals and textbooks related to the diagnosis, treatment and surgery of various corneal and external disease problems. Many of these are the result of research work that he and Michigan Cornea Consultants have initiated locally or participated in nationally.