At Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Greensboro, our board-certified Greensboro veterinary ophthalmologist offers ophthalmology services to diagnose and treat eye problems in pets.
Please Note: A referral from your primary care veterinarian is required before making an internal medicine appointment.
Our board-certified ophthalmologist specializes in the treatment of eye disorders and diseases in cats and dogs.
Working alongside your primary care veterinarian, our vet eye specialist provides care for all ocular diseases that can impact your pet. While some conditions may require surgery, many can be managed with medications alone.
At Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Greensboro, our ophthalmologist can diagnose and treat any eye disease or condition including:
A board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist has completed advanced training in ophthalmology that meets American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) guidelines. This training includes successfully completing an internship, residency program, and intensive examinations.
When you bring your pet in for the first time as a new patient, their eye exam will include:
The ophthalmologist may also recommend additional diagnostic testing, including electroretinography (ERG), ocular ultrasound, or gonioscopy for dogs at risk for glaucoma.
Based on the examination and test results, our ophthalmologist will create a treatment plan tailored to your pet.