The Cornea Service
offers patient care over the complete spectrum of medical and surgical problems involving the cornea and other anterior structures of the eye.
The Glaucoma Service
offers the most advanced treatment available including canaloplasty and all other forms of laser or incisional surgery.
is a family of techniques designed to improve an individualís unaided vision has come a very long way in recent years, thanks to an array of technological advancements and new techniques. Among these are sophisticated procedures in which skilled physicians use precise beams of laser light to reshape the surface of the eye, eliminating or reducing the need for eyeglasses or contact lenses. If you are interested in the possibility of becoming less dependent on corrective lenses, one of these procedures may be for you.
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
is the leading cause of central vision loss in the Western world in persons over the age of 55. The Duke Center for Macular Diseases offers state-of-the-art diagnostic, medical, and surgical care, as well as low vision rehabilitation services.
The Neuro-Ophthalmology Service
is dedicated to excellence in the diagnosis of eye disorders that accompany neurological disease and disease of the optic nerve and eye muscles.
The Oculofacial (oculoplastics and reconstructive surgery)
service is dedicated to excellence in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the eyelids, the lacrimal systems (tear ducts), and the orbit (eye socket). This service offers cosmetic/laser surgery at the
for Aesthetic Services.
The Duke Vision Rehabilitation Service
offers comprehensive vision rehabilitation through a multi-disciplinary team of health care providers for patients who have lost vision to age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, stroke, diabetes, and other eye diseases.