Dr. Chris Haggerty, MD is a board-certified ophthalmologist and dual fellowship-trained Oculoplastic surgeon. He specializes in cosmetic and functional laser surgery of the eyelids and orbit and also performs general eye examinations. He administers Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, and Latisse and performs such surgery as laser blepharoplaty, entropion and ectropion repair, tear duct surgery, repair of drooping eyelids, and treatment of misdirected eyelashes, as well as many more. He also specializes in cosmetically enhancing eyelash growth with Latisse which was one of his research projects he performed during his training at Duke. His medical school training was at West Virginia University , ophthalmology residency was at The University of South Carolina, first fellowship in neuro/orbital/oculoplastic surgery was at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburg , PA , and second oculoplastic surgery fellowship at Duke University.
Dr. Haggerty is originally from Fort Ashby, WV, but enjoys living in Spartanburg and attends First Baptist Church of Spartanburg. In his free time he enjoys running, traveling, and being outdoors.
Dr. Todd Gwin, MD is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and fellowship trained corneal surgeon. He specializes in cornea transplants including the new DSEK procedure, which is for endothelial disease such as Fuchs dystrophy and graft failure. He performs other anterior segment procedures including customized cataract surgery with new technology intraocular lenses such as Restor. He also performs general eye exams and contact lens visits. His ophthalmology residency and fellowship in Corneal Transplant and External Disease were at The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, South Carolina.
David P. Berry MD is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist with over 30 years of practice experience; grown up in Union, South Carolina and returned to the Piedmont for his private practice years. Prior to his medical training, Dr. Berry was graduated from Presbyterian College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Subsequently he was graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston after which he served as Brigade Surgeon in the U.S. Army. Dr. Berry returned to South Carolina where he completed his residency training in ophthalmology at the Storm Eye Institute. Once he became an ophthalmologist, Dr. Berry pursued additional training by completing a fellowship at the Duke University Eye Center as well as fellowship training at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston, MA.
Currently, Dr. Berry is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the South Carolina Medical association and South Carolina Society of Ophthalmology. Also, Dr. Berry has served as an adjunct clinical professor with the Duke University Eye Department and similarly with the Storm Eye Institute in Charleston. Dr. Berry continues to enjoy service on the Advisory Board of Duke Eye Center having served for many years as Vice-Chairman of the Board. Although Dr. Berry specializes in the medical, laser and surgical treatment of all glaucoma related diseases, he also continues to perform cataract-implant surgery especially in those patients who have advanced and high risk glaucoma.
Dr. Berry and his wife Louisa have greatly enjoyed living in Spartanburg with their four children-Juliet, David, Duncan and Virginia. The Berry family has been actively involved with First Presbyterian Church where Dr. Berry serves as an Elder and currently Louisa serves as a Deacon. Personal interests include mostly family activities especially attending daughter Virginia’s tennis matches, and also having been raised on a cattle farm, Dr. Berry enjoys commercial hay farming, timber restoration, and summer family gatherings in Montreal, North Carolina.