Animal Eye Clinic
Your pet's DVM has referred you to Animal Eye Clinic because your pet has a problem which is completely outside of the type of services your general practitioner can offer e.g. cataract surgery, corneal surgery
can provide the diagnostic and surgical procedures necessary to treat your pet's eye problems.
- Eyelid surgery
- Corneal surgery
- Conjunctival surgery
- Cataract surgery
- Laser surgery
- Cosmetic globe replacement for blind end stage eyes
Welcome To Animal Eye Clinic
Dr. Robert Gwin is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of animal eye diseases. He uses specialized ophthalmic equipment, testing procedures, and surgical techniques.
Veterinary ophthalmologists only deal with eye problems. They do not deal with anything other than the eyes, in spite of how trivial something may be.
General practitioners manage many eye problems in veterinary medicine. However, when the doctor believes that the patient would benefit from the advanced training of a board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist, your doctor may refer you to a veterinary ophthalmologist. The veterinary ophthalmologist is similar to your own ophthalmologist in that he/she only deals with eye problems. Many people confuse an optometrist who deals with eyeglasses and contact lenses with an ophthalmologist, who is an MD (or in this case a DVM) who deals with medical and surgical diseases of the eye such as cataracts, glaucoma, and retinal diseases.
If there are other issues that need to be addressed, then you will be referred back to your local veterinarian for treatment.
Your pet's health is our utmost concern. We work together with you and your veterinarian to keep your pet happy and healthy.
Practice is limited to diseases and surgery of the eye
We have locations in Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The Oklahoma City office is located in the Quail Creek Veterinary Clinic 2915 NW 122nd OKC, OK 73120 and the Tulsa office
is located at Veterinary Specialists Clinic 7222 East 41st Tulsa, OK 74145