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At Pinehurst Surgical our innovative technological equipment allows us to detect even the smallest changes in your vision, and eye health. We incorporate one of Australia’s largest ophthalmic practices, including a Day Surgery Unit and a Laser Vision Centre. Serious eye problems like infected ulcers, stromal abscesses, and periocular tumors require hospitalization, and the University of Florida has a very large facility to deal with horses with severe types of eye problems.

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