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Animal Eye care

Eye Care

The eye is a susceptible organ. Thus, a minor injury or an underlying disease can significantly impact its function, your pet’s health, and quality of life. Often, eye problems may be more serious and require special attention from an Ophthalmologist rather than a routine eye exam by a general veterinarian.


Fully equipped Ophthalmology unit

At MaxPetZ,  ’our fully equipped ophthalmology unit has the entire range of diagnostic and surgical equipment for eye care. Our eye specialists utilize this state-of-the-art equipment. are able to diagnose and effectively treat various eye conditions.  Moreover, it’s vital to deliver the right therapeutic dose to the target ocular tissue without causing damage to healthy tissues. Our team of experts are well-equipped to handle these challenges and provide the best possible care for your pet’s eyes

Our ophthalmology unit specializes in performing a range of eye surgeries to correct debilitating diseases such as cataracts, dry eye, corneal ulcers, and glaucoma. These surgeries aim to restore your pet's vision and improve their overall quality of life. Furthermore, our ophthalmology unit also conducts several other procedures to protect corneas. These could be affected by laceration or ulceration, or involve removal of prolapsed lens and eyelid masses.

Surgeries we regularly perform

We routinely perform several corneal and intraocular surgical procedures such as :

  1. Cataract surgeries by phacoemulsification: This advanced surgical technique allows for the removal of cataracts, restoring clear vision to your pet.

  2. Conjunctival and Corneal grafts: Grafting procedures can help repair damaged tissues and promote healing.

  3. Entropion and Ectropion correction: These corrective procedures address eyelid abnormalities that can cause discomfort and vision problems.

  4. Prolapsed Nictitating gland or Cherry eye repair: We can effectively treat prolapsed nictitating glands, commonly known as "cherry eye," to ensure your pet's eye health.

  5. Dermoid excision: Dermoids, which are benign growths on the eye, can be safely removed through surgical excision.

  6. Nasolacrimal flushing for blocked ducts: This procedure helps clear blocked tear ducts, allowing proper tear drainage and maintaining eye health.

  7. Correction of congenital eyelid abnormalities: We are experienced in correcting eyelid abnormalities present from birth, ensuring optimal eye function.

General signs to observe

It's essential  to bring your pets to us or eye specialist for a comprehensive eye evaluation, If you notice any of the following signs,:Squinting

  • Scratching or excessively rubbing at eye(s)

  • Excessive green or yellow discharge

  • Swelling of the eye(s) or eyelid(s)

  • Eye color change  such as cloudiness or redness

Signs of vision impairment

Last but not the least, in case you observe any signs of vision impairment or loss, it's important to seek immediate professional help:

  • Running into unfamiliar objects

  • Inability to locate moving or stationary objects

  • Difficulty finding familiar objects, such as water bowls or toys

  • Sudden unwillingness to jump or climb

  • Lethargy, confusion, weakness, anxiety, or depression

  • Refusal to move in darkness

  • Seeking security and staying close to your feet more than usual

  • Development of aggressive behavior

  • Exaggerated "high-stepping" gait

  • Constantly sniffing the ground and keeping the head down while walking

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