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Welcome to Curtis R. Anderson, O.D
Your Optometrist in Lawrence, KS

Call us at (785)-843-8200 today.

Welcome to the office of Curtis R. Anderson, O.D in Lawrence, Kansas where we strive to provide the best in optometry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about these services and join our patient family by scheduling an appointment for an eye exam.

Curtis R. Anderson, O.D is a full service eye and vision care provider, accepting both regularly scheduled appointments as well as eye emergencies. Patients throughout the Lawrence area come to us because they know they will receive the personal attention and professional care that is our foundation. We are dedicated to keeping our patients comfortable and well-informed at all times. At Curtis R. Anderson, O.D, we will explain every exam and procedure and answer all of our patients' questions.

Our Approach to Optometry

Our one-on-one approach to optometry makes us the eye and vision care providers of choice in the Lawrence area. We offer the following services: complete eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, diagnosis of eye diseases such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. If diagnosed, we can monitor these conditions or refer you for treatment if necessary. We also offer pre- and post-operative care for cataract surgery and other ocular surgeries.

At Curtis R. Anderson, O.D, we are dedicated to providing high-quality optometry services in a comfortable environment. Call us at (785)-843-8200 to schedule an appointment today.

Dr. Curtis Anderson
Lawrence Optometrist | Curtis R. Anderson, O.D | (785)-843-8200
932 Massachusetts St. #302
Lawrence, KS 66044

Meet the Optometrist

  • Dr.
    Curtis R. Anderson

    For over 38 years Dr. Curtis R Anderson has been the optometrist the people of Lawrence and the surrounding areas have turned to.

    Dr. Curtis R Anderson grew up in Junction City and graduated from the University of Kansas in 1975 with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

    The best! I can't imagine getting any better service or attention! You can really see Dr Anderson's personal integrity reflected in his work! Such a special thing to get from a doctor! He is so attentive and the office staff is just as pleasant! I buy my glasses and contacts through their office. The selection is great and the assistance given makes it especially easy to find just the right frame! I recommend Dr. Anderson to everyone!!! :)

    Beth T.

    Extremely professional with in and out service. I definitely recommend Dr. Curtis. He's been a local businesses owner for more years than I can remember.

    Pumpkin M.

    Super smart, highest morals/ethics...he cares about your eyes and is a perfectionist.

    Lanham L.

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