Jonathan J. Dutton, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S

Professor Emeritus

Subspecialties:

Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Dutton
Ophthalmic Oncology

Education and Training

Medical School:

Washington University, St. Louis 1977

Internship:

University of Washington, Seattle, 1978

Residency:

Washington University, St. Louis 1979

Fellowships:

Washington University, Glaucoma, 1979
University of Iowa, Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Ophthalmic Oncology, 1983

Special Interests:

Intraocular Malignant Melanoma and General Ophthalmic Oncology, Orbital Implants and Grafting Bio-Materials, Oculoplastic Reconstructive Techniques, Orbital Diseases and Imaging Techniques, Facial Dystonias and Chemodenervation, Orbital Functional Anatomy, Evolution of Vertebrate Visual Systems.

Practice Philosophy:

I have pioneered research in orbital reconstruction and treatment of spastic eyelid disease. My practice covers the full scope of problems related to the eyelids and orbits, including blepharospasm, eyelid malpositions, tearing disorders, thyroid eye disease, eyelid and orbital trauma, and periocular malignancies. I have a particular interest in intraocular malignancies, with internationally recognized expertise in treatment of choroidal malignant melanoma. I served as a principle investigator for the national collaborative melanoma treatment trial and perform episcleral radioactive plaque therapy for treatment of intraocular melanoma.

Appointments:

Dr. Dutton is no longer accepting patients.