Amniotic Graft Placement
Dr Kenneth Chang, MD
We Are partially open during Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Our new workflows ensure the safety of patients and staff, triage patients, and provide in clinic care as necessary.
Clinic Hours: 8AM – 12PM Monday thru Friday.These slots are reserved for established patients requiring medications, lasers, drops, injections, or monitoring for vision threatening diseases.
- Telehealth (i.e. video-chat) consultations: 1PM – 5PM Monday thru Friday.
This serves to triage and prevent unnecessary clinic visits for new patients, new complaints, or patients who have been at risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2. Patients can call us to inquire and arrange appointments.
Call Us: (808) 373-9373
What is Pterygium?
Known as “surfer’s eye,” a pterygium is a pinkish, triangular tissue growth on the surface of the eye. Pterygia are very common in Hawaii as they are related to long term ultraviolet light exposure. Once they start, they do not go away. The goal is to prevent further growth. However when they become irritating or affect vision, surgical options are available.
- Feeling gritty
- Feeling like you have something in the eye