Our Doctors

Steven J Ferguson, OD

 

Dr. Steven J Ferguson is a 1987 graduate of the University of Houston, earning his Optometry Physician’s Degree with honors.  He is former president of the Minnesota Optometric Association and was named Minnesota’s first ever Young Optometrist of the Year. While practicing in Minnesota, he helped launch therapeutic legislation for the optometric profession and was part of a task force that created a Centers for Disease Control-recognized conference, Diabetes and the Eye, at the Mayo Clinic.

 

He has given over 20 invited lectures across the United States on topics ranging from contemporary glaucoma diagnosis to innovation in dry eye and MGD treatments. Dr. Ferguson has authored, coauthored or contributed to numerous articles published in professional journals, including Ophthalmology Management, Review of Optometry and Advanced Ocular Care.

 

Dr. Ferguson is a nationally recognized leader in dry eye treatment who has participated in clinical studies for TearScience® regarding LipiFlow® patient acceptance.  He serves as a medical board advisory member for eyeBrain Medical of Newport Beach, Calif., and an optometry board advisor for TearScience of Morrisville, N.C. He continues as an Alpha investigator for SightSync® technology.

 

He founded Dunes Eye Consultants and Dunes LASIK Center in 2003 with the specific goal of providing personalized, attentive and outcome-based well-vision care. Additionally, Dr. Ferguson provides specialty care for diabetic eye health, glaucoma, medically necessary contact lenses, headache management and vision preservation.

 

He also serves as co-clinical director for Dunes Eye Consultants’ Myopia Control Center.

 

Dr. Ferguson and his wife, Lisa, have three children:  Dr. Austin Ferguson (29) and his wife Dr. Jena, Tanner (27) and his wife Dr. Kayla and Taylor (20).  He enjoys golf, fly fishing, wine and traveling.

 

Michael O’Neal, OD

 

Dr. Michael O’Neal earned his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 2017 after earning his Bachelor of Science degree from Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, the South Dakota Optometric Society and the Iowa Optometric Association.

 

Dr. O’Neal focuses on comprehensive well-vision exams for patients of all ages. He provides specialized clinical care for glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetes, dry eye, headache management and specialty contact lenses.

 

Additionally, Dr. O’Neal is the director of Dunes Eye Consultants’ Myopia Management Center. He is currently a principal investigator for a FDA clinic trial, which is evaluating specialty spectacle lenses that slow the progression of myopia.

 

Dr. O’Neal and his wife, Lindsey, have one daughter, Peyton. They enjoy traveling as a family.

 

 

 

Hercules Logothetis, MD

 

Hercules Logothetis, MD, brings with him not only a passion to help others through laser vision correction, but also an extensive background in LASIK, PRK, SMILE, ICL, KAMRA corneal inlays, PTK, corneal cross linking, conductive keratoplasty, refractive cataract surgery, YAG vitreolysis and multiple MIGS. He is experienced with multiple laser platforms including VISX, Allegretto, EX500 Wavelight, Nidek, Visumax and Intralase.

 

Dr. Logothetis was deeply involved in trials with the light adjustable lens, which allows for post-cataract surgery adjustment for the most accurate outcomes. He is also one of the first surgeons in the Midwest to work with the RxSight light adjustable lens for implantation during cataract surgery.

 

Hailing from Chicago, Dr. Logothetis completed his fellowship in cataract and refractive surgery and residency in ophthalmology following his successful academic careers at Northwestern University and University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago. Also, notably, Dr. Logothetis performed cataract surgery for underserved communities in India and spent six months living in Athens, Greece, where he volunteered in several hospitals and studied modern Greek language.