Stony Point Surgery Center Surgeons

Garth Stevens, Jr., M.D.

Garth Stevens, Jr., M.D. Videos all icon

Dr. Stevens specializes in ophthalmology, specifically corneal transplantation. He is board certified by The American Board of Ophthalmology.


For over 20 years, Dr. Stevens has been performing corneal transplantations. In 2001, Dr. Stevens began performing a new type of corneal transplantation – replacing just the back layer of the cornea. Currently, he is performing several newer modifications and better techniques such as DSAEK, DLEK, and DALK. These new techniques have markedly improved the effectiveness and safety of corneal transplantation for patients with a wide variety of corneal problems. As a refractive surgery patient himself, Dr. Stevens has firsthand experiences of the benefits of LASIK, PRK, ICLs, and other refractive procedures.


In 2000, Dr. Stevens opened his own practice with the vision to ensure that patients received quality medical care in a very caring environment. LASIK Center of Virginia is owned and operated by Garth Stevens, Jr., M.D. He began performing LASIK in 1996. He has performed over three thousand procedures. Dr. Stevens has certified over a thousand eye surgeons from around the country, as well as in Canada to perform laser vision correction. Dr. Stevens regularly lectures at VCU School of Medicine.


Dr. Stevens received his doctor of medicine from the University of Virginia, and then completed two fellowships – one in cornea and external disease at Georgetown University, and the other in ocular immunology, at the National Eye Institute. Dr. Stevens is board certified in Ophthalmology.


2019 MEDARVA Patient Choice Award

2019 Patient Choice Award

LASIK Center of Virginia
Parham Professional Park

2821 North Parham Road
Suite 105
Richmond , Virginia 23294
Phone: 804-330-9303
Fax: 804-330-9302

LASIK Center of Virginia


  • Eye


  • Cataract surgery
  • Corneal transplant
  • Dry eye/tear solutions
  • Iridotomy
  • Removal of cyst/pimple on or in eyelid
  • Removal of growth on conjunctiva
  • Repair of non-functioning or blocked tear duct