The physicians at the Duke Eye Center are subspecialists trained and dedicated to providing excellence in patient care across the complete spectrum of medical and surgical problems involving the cornea, cataract, ocular surface, and other structures involving the anterior segment of the eye.
Patients undergo a comprehensive evaluation and examination leading to the diagnosis and treatment of conditions involving the cornea and anterior segment.
This includes conditions that are routine as well as those that are less common, such as complex problems that derive additional benefit from care in a major medical center.
The more common procedures performed by physicians at Duke include: cornea transplant, routine and complex cataract surgery, "premium" intraocular lens implant surgery, and advanced laser vision correction procedures.
Specific eye conditions, diseases, and disorders treated include:
Learn how to make an appointment at one of our locations conveniently located near Durham, Raleigh, Cary, and Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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