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Eye Surgeries


Eye Surgeries

Every furry friend deserves to see the world through bright, healthy eyes.

Comprehensive eye solutions, from entropion and cataracts to corneal issues and more, we offer a range of surgical solutions tailored to your pet’s needs.

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Let’s take a look at the surgery options:

Entropion & Ectropion Correction

Ectropion and entropion are two different eyelid conditions in pets, and surgery may be recommended to correct these issues.

Ectropion is a condition where the eyelid turns outward, exposing the inner surface of the eyelid and the underlying tissue and Entropion is where the eyelid rolls inward causing eyelashes and fur to rub against the surface. 

Ectropion & Entropion Surgery:

The vet makes precise incisions to adjust the position of the eyelid, tightening the tissues around the eyelid and sutures (stitches) are used to secure the eyelid in its corrected position.


Cherry Eye Repair

Cherry eye, also known as nictitans gland prolapse, is a common condition in dogs where the gland of the third eyelid (nictitating membrane or haw) protrudes or prolapses from its normal position. This gland is responsible for producing a portion of the eye’s tears. When it protrudes, it can resemble a red, swollen mass in the corner of the eye, giving it the appearance of a “cherry,” hence the name.

Cherry Eye Surgery

Surgical correction is often the treatment of choice for cherry eye, especially when conservative measures are ineffective or the condition recurs. Surgical treatment usually involves fixing the gland in its normal position to prevent further prolapse. For more information about surgery techniques, click the button below:


Diamond Burr Surgery

Diamond burr surgery is used to address specific corneal conditions in our furry companions. The cornea is the clear, transparent front of the eye that covers the iris (the cololured part) and the pupil. Some of the conditions where Diamond Burr Surgery is recommended include Corneal lesions, Cornel Sequestra and Corneal Dystrophy.

Diamond Burr Procedure

Minimally invasive the procedure that involves the use of a rotating diamond-tipped burr, a small, high speed instrument, to remove or reshape the corneal tissue. The use of a diamond-tipped bur allows for precise removal or reshaping of corneal tissue.

Conjuctival Pedical Graft

A conjunctival pedicle graft is a technique that involves using a flap of conjunctival tissue to cover and protect the affected area of the cornea and sutured into place.

Associated Conditions & Symptoms

Eyelid Tumor Removal

Prior to considering surgery your vet will conduct a thorough examination, which may include a biopsy to determine the nature of the tumour (benign or malignant).

During the procedure, the surgeon will carefully excise the tumour from the eyelid. In some cases we may need to remove a portion of the eyelid to ensure complete removal of the tumour. 

After removing the tumour the surgeon will close the incision. 


Enucleation is a surgical procedure in which the entire eyeball is removed from its socket. This procedure is usually performed in cases where the eye is severely damaged, diseased, or poses a significant risk to the dog’s health.

It is crucial to note that enucleation is a serious and irreversible surgery, and it is typically considered only when other treatment options are not viable.

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