Affordable Prices
Affordable Prices
In-house Pathology
In-house Pathology
One Convenient Location
One Convenient Location

Eye Surgery

At Melbourne Pet Surgery, our veterinarians are skilled in eye surgery and will do everything possible to restore your furry friend's vision.

Corneal Ulcers

If the third layer of the eyelid has been significantly eroded, the eyelid might become hazy and uncomfortable. This could be due to various factors; bring your pet to see us if it is suffering from corneal ulcers.

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Prolapsed Third Eyelid Glands

If your pet's gland prolapses, it will restrict the third eyelid's natural movement over the eye, causing irritation and secondary infections.

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Entropion

This term refers to the inward curling of the upper or lower eyelids toward the eye. Entropion is a condition whereby the eyelashes brush and scratch the cornea.

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Meibomian Gland Tumours

Meibomian Gland Tumours are frequently found in older dogs and will continue growing until they are removed.

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FAQ's
What does it mean if my pet looks like they are crying?
Will eye surgery affect the appearance of my pet's face?
Does my pet have to stay overnight?
Dr. Scot Plummer

Meet Dr. Scot Plummer

BVSC(HONS)

Dr Plummer has always had a deep love for animals and graduated from the University of Queensland with Honours. in his Bachelor of Veterinary Science. After the success of his Brisbane clinic, Dr Plummer has launched Melbourne Pet Surgery with the goal of lowering the cost of high-quality pet care for all Melburnians.

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