Pterygium Assessment and Surgery

A pterygium is a growth on the front of the eye related to sun damage. The pterygium is  often red and unsightly. They can cause irritation. With time, a pterygium can grow and affect vision. The pterygium is often removed for these reasons. Rarely, they can become cancerous


At Toronto Eye Surgery, we remove the pterygium under local anaesthetic. To minimize recurrence, we perform a conjunctival graft to cover the bare area left behind by the pterygium.  We are using a sutureless technique which causes less inflammation, irritation, and promotes faster recovery. Cosmetically the sutureless technique results are better. The procedure takes about half an hour and patients are discharged home not long afterwards.

Call and schedule a consultation today

(02) 4959 6333


140 The Boulevarde

Toronto, NSW 2283


Tel:   02 4959 6333

Fax:  02 4959 9002


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