Kristina Price, M.D., is a highly respected board certified, fellowship trained, ophthalmologist who specializes in Reconstructive and Cosmetic Oculoplastics to include diseases and surgery of the eyelids, eyepbrows, face, orbit (bony eye socket), and lacrimal (tear drainage) system. Dr. Price also provides cosmetic services such as Botox©, Juvederm, Latisse, Dysport, Restylane, Perlane, Sculptra and laser skin resurfacing, utilizing the CO2 laser.
Dr. Price earned her baccalaureate degree in Chemistry from the University of Virginia, graduating with distinction. A native of Atlanta, she subsequently attended Emory University School of Medicine where she earned her medical doctorate in 2003. While completing her studies at Emory, she was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha, an honor medical society, and received the Joseph B. Whitehead Foundation Scholarship.
Dr. Price completed her internship at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado. After completing her internship, Dr. Price returned to Emory University School of Medicine for residency in ophthalmology. She continued her specialty training at Duke University as a Fellow in Oculofacial and Reconstructive Surgery as well as Laser, Endoscopic and Aesthetic Surgery. Before her departure, Duke University honored her with the OMT Fellow Instructor of the Year. Prior to joining Georgia Eye Partners, Dr. Price was in private practice in Jacksonville, FL and sat on the advisory board for Health Source Magazine.
Dr. Price has also participated in a number of volunteer and outreach programs such as Children’s International, Sickle Cell Buddy Program, Mercy Mobile, The Little Sibling Program and as a Madison House Volunteer.
Dr. Price serves at Medical Director of OPAL Aesthetics, our premier aesthetic center located at our Northside office.
In her spare time, Dr. Price enjoys Latin dancing, theatre arts, tennis, running, scuba diving and spending time with her husband and sons.