Pterygium Excision

Pterygium excision -

Pterygium excision is a surgical procedure to remove a tissue growth that forms on the conjunctiva. Pterygium Excision can extend onto the cornea.

Pterygiums are often wedge-shaped and can cause various

Symptoms -

  • Redness,
  • Irritation,
  • Tearing,
  • lurred vision

Here are some of the benefits of pterygium excision -

  • Improved Vision
  • Reduced Eye Irritation and Discomfort
  • Enhanced Cosmesis
  • Prevention of Further Growth
  • Improved Contact Lens Tolerance
  • Protection of Corneal Health

We offer Pterigium Excision with Autoconjuctival Grafting.

This procedure involves conjuctival grafting on the bare area of Pterigium excision, by doing so there is reduced recurrence (regrowth) of pterigium