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Home » Our Doctors » Dr. Rob H. Wagner

Dr. Rob H. Wagner

Doctor photoDr. Rob was born and grew up in St. Joseph, Missouri.  He graduated from Central High School in 1987 and went on to complete his Bachelor of Biology degree at University of Missouri - Columbia. He received his Doctorate of Optometry at University of Missouri School of Optometry - St. Louis in 1996.

He and Dr. Loree were married in St. Louis in 1996 and moved to Denver to begin their married life and new careers.  Rob practiced with a large group in southeast Denver for over 7 years and was a member of the Aurora Chamber of Commerce.

In 2001, he and Dr. Loree purchased Family Vision Center and started practicing together.  He works to provide quality eye care by providing the best staff, equipment and knowledge currently available. He also continued the legacy of the practice which is known for being professional and friendly at the same time. He is a Past President and  current active member of the Westminster Rotary and enjoys working on the scholarship committee.

His professional interests are in the areas of glaucoma, eye infections and diseases, advanced contact lenses fitting - including Bifocal Contact Lenses, Keratoconus and GVSS (Gentle Vision Shaping System).  Dr. Rob speaks Spanish so that he can make all Spanish-speaking patients feel welcome.

As a Doctor of Optometry, part of my commitment to my patients is ongoing professional education.  As technology and the world around us changes, I strive to keep up-to-date so that I can provide the best care possible for your eyes.

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