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Serious Ophthalmic Conditions
Animals suffer from eye problems that are similar to those which affect humans.
Veterinary ophthalmologists can provide animals with much of the medical and surgical eye care that is available for humans.
Peter Accola, DVM, MS, DACVO can help diagnose and treat your pet’s vision problems.
Utilizing the latest equipment, Dr Accola can provide a full line of services including cataract surgery & glaucoma management for small animals.
As a skilled veterinarian whose practice is limited to the diseases and surgery of the eye, Dr Accola may be able to preserve or restore vision, treat a painful eye, or diagnose a troubling ophthalmic condition. Problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, dry eye, corneal ulceration, tumors of the eye, eyelid defects, inflammation of the eye and surrounding tissues, retinal degeneration, and many others an be successfully treated.
Due to rapid advances in the knowledge, techniques, and equipment necessary to provide specialty eye care to veterinary patients, your primary care veterinarian may choose to consult a specialist for eye problems that are unusual, or for those that have not responded to initial therapy. If your pet has an eye problem, a referral may help.
Ophthalmologist: PETER ACCOLA, DVM, MS, DACVO
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