Ophthalmology

A veterinary ophthalmologist is a veterinarian who exclusively treats eye disorders in animals. To become a veterinary ophthalmologist, a person must graduate from veterinary school, practice as a full-time clinical veterinarian for 12 months, and complete a 3-year or longer residency training program in veterinary ophthalmology. The applicant then is permitted to take the ABVO certifying examination.

At Lancaster Veterinary Specialties, we offer ophthalmologic medical services for dogs and cats. With a state-of-the-art facility and experienced staff, it is our goal to provide a comfortable and safe environment for our patients and their families. Our ophthalmologist provides compassionate, individualized care to improve the quality of life for you and your pet while working closely with your family veterinarian.

To learn more about veterinary ophthalmology, visit the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologist website at acvo.org.

  • Comprehensive Ophthalmology Exams
  • Blindness Evaluation
  • Cataract Exams
  • Glaucoma Management
  • Uveitis Investigation and Management
  • Retinal Evaluation
  • Bandage Contact Lenses
  • Corneal Diamond Burr Debridement
  • Ocular Ultrasound
  • Proptosis Repair
  • Temporary Tacking Sutures
  • Temporary Tarsorrhaphy Suture/Third Eyelid Flap
  • Gentamicin Ciliary Body Ablation
  • Autoimmune Ocular Disease
  • Ocular Cancer
  • Dry Eye Disease Management
  • Feline Herpes Virus Management