Complete Ophthalmic Examinations

  • Slit Lamp Biomicroscopy
  • Fundoscopy (Direct and Indirect)
  • Tonometry
  • Schirmer Tear Test
  • Fluorescein Staining
  • Gonioscopy
  • Jones Test
  • Seidel Testing
  • Corneal Sensitivity Testing

OFA- Eye Registry Examinations (Formerly known as Eye Certification Examinations)

Additional Diagnostic Testing, including:
  • Ocular Ultrasound
  • High Frequency Ultrasound
  • Electroretinography
  • Clinical Photography
  • Fundus Photography
  • Retinoscopy
  • CT Scan and MRI Scan (arranged locally)

Medical Treatment of All Ocular Conditions

  • Corneal Ulcers
  • Glaucoma
  • Injury
  • Inflammation of all parts of the eye and its consequences
  • Infections of the eye
  • Assessment and treatment of symptoms of systemic disease affecting the eye

Surgical Procedures

  • Surgery of the eyelids and periocular tissues
  • Entropion Correction
  • Removal of lid and periocular tumors
  • CO2 laser surgery for tumors
  • Dermoid removal
  • Correction of third eyelid gland prolapse (“Cherry Eye” surgery)
  • Correction of third eyelid cartilage abnormalities
  • Assessment and treatment of periocular swelling and infection

Surgery of the Cornea

  • Treatment of corneal ulcers
  • Surgery for corneal laceration
  • Conjunctival flap surgery- various types
  • Corneal conjunctival transposition surgery
  • Corneal grafting for large wounds

Surgery of the Lens

  • Cataract surgery to restore vision
  • Lens luxation surgery to restore, maintain vision, and comfort
  • Surgery for glaucoma
  • Micropulse laser treatment for glaucoma
  • Ahmed valve placement for glaucoma
  • Removal of painful blind eye for glaucoma (enucleation)
  • Intravitreal injection for painful blind eye for glaucoma
  • Surgery of the glove (entirety of the eye)
  • Removal of a blind and painful eye (enucleation)
  • Cosmetic prosthetic (to resolve a blind and painful eye cosmetically)
  • Intravitreal injection (to resolve a blind and painful eye)
  • Removal of epibulbar tumors- like dermoids and melanomas