Services

Mayo Clinic doctors trained in the structure and function of the eye (ophthalmologists and optometrists) are experts in treating all types of vision and eye conditions. Many people come to Mayo Clinic when their condition is unusual or complex. You may come to Mayo Clinic on your own or with a referral from your primary care doctor, ophthalmologist or optometrist.

Mayo Clinic's eye experts work with a multidisciplinary team of specialists who collaborate to provide exactly the care you need.

Mayo Clinic treats the following conditions and offers the following services. Not all services are available at all locations, and children's eye services are available only at Mayo Clinic's campus in Minnesota. Please confirm when you call to request an appointment.

A

  1. Aniseikonia

B

  1. Blepharitis
  2. Blood in an eye

C

  1. Cataracts
  2. Cataract surgery
  3. Chemical burn
  4. Choroiditis
  5. Coloboma
  6. Colorblindness
  7. Contact lenses, therapeutic and cosmetic
  8. Corneal scratch, injury, ulcer and infection
  9. Cornea transplant
  10. Cosmetic surgery of the eyelids, upper face and forehead (oculoplastic surgery)
  11. Cranial arteritis

D

  1. Diabetes-related eye diseases
  2. Drooping eyelid
  3. Dry eyes
  4. DSEK and DMEK (partial-thickness cornea transplant)

E

  1. Electrophysiology
  2. Entropion and ectropion
  3. Epiretinal membrane
  4. Eyeglasses, Minnesota, Florida and Arizona
  5. Eyelid surgery
  6. Eye trauma

F

  1. Fuchs' dystrophy

G

  1. Glaucoma, chronic and acute
  2. Graves' disease

H

  1. High blood pressure (hypertension)

I

  1. Iritis
  2. Ischemic optic neuropathy

K

  1. Keratoconus

L

  1. Laser eye surgery
  2. LASIK eye surgery
  3. Low vision

M

  1. Macular degeneration, age-related (wet and dry)
  2. Macular hole
  3. Melanoma of the eye, adult and pediatric
  4. Misaligned eyes

N

  1. Nearsightedness (myopia)
  2. Neuro-ophthalmology, adult and pediatric

O

  1. Ocular imaging
  2. Optical store
  3. Optic neuritis
  4. Ophthalmic pathology
  5. Ophthalmic plastic and orbital surgery
  6. Ophthalmology, comprehensive and pediatric
  7. Optometry, comprehensive and pediatric
  8. Orbital cellulitis

P

  1. Pediatric melanoma of the eye
  2. Pediatric neuro-ophthalmology
  3. Pediatric ophthalmology
  4. Pediatric optometry
  5. Pink eye (conjunctivitis)

R

  1. Refractive surgery
  2. Retinal and vitreous diseases
  3. Retinal degenerative diseases
  4. Retinal detachment
  5. Retinal vein or artery occlusion
  6. Retinitis pigmentosa
  7. Retinoblastoma

S

  1. Scleral lenses
  2. Scleritis and episcleritis
  3. Sties and lumps
  4. Strabismus
  5. Stroke

T

  1. Tearing problems

U

  1. Uveitis