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Welcome to Complete Animal Eyecare Center

Complete Animal Eyecare Center provides full service veterinary and animal eye surgery services for small animals, large animals, avian and exotic pets in the Greater Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley and Santa Clarita areas including: animal cataract surgery, animal eyelid surgery, animal glaucoma treatment, veterinary retinal reattachment surgery, animal ocular laser surgery, veterinary corneal ulcer therapy, and other animal ophthalmology services. (Please see video links for cataracts and vitreoretinal surgery). Patients are seen by appointment only. Our hours are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 am to 5:30 pm, and Saturday, 8:00 am to 12:00 noon.

Equine Ophthalmology Equine Ophthalmology Examinations should be arranged by appointment. Most exams can be performed at the L.A. Equestrian Center. Under special circumstances examinations can be done at your stable if a dark stall is available.

Emergencies Patients can be seen on an emergency basis after normal business hours. Please contact us at (310) 402 – 1030

Appointments Patients are seen by appointment only, Please bring any necessary records and lab reports the day of your appointment. For faster service fill out and bring a completed registration form to your first appointment.

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Our Hours

Monday though Friday: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm

Testimonials

Excellent place! Our dog Chase had cataract surgery today. I was glad that everything came out so beautifully. Dr. Silverman explained everything very well before the actual surgery.  Our whole family really liked this doctor. He cares about the animals he works with.  We even got a month of free rechecks with the surgery. Sherman Oaks is a close location for us. We dropped Chase off this morning and picked him up this afternoon. In the morning Chase wasn’t able to see at all.  Now he is actually seeing. We would highly recommend Complete Animal Eyecare Center.
Stephanie C., Los Angeles

I brought my dog into see Dr. Silverman — it was a very complicated case.  He discovered the problem quickly and with great expertise.  I was very impressed.  His prices were excellent compared to the other Veterinary Opthalmologist I had previously seen. I wish I had read the reviews and gone here first.  I would have saved a lot of money. Dr. Silverman has gone through a complete residency and is definitely an excellent Veterinary Opthalmologist.  My vet recommended him as the best in Los Angeles.  Dr. Silverman was gentle, caring, and highly skilled. We would definitely recommend Dr. Silverman and Complete Animal Eyecare Center.
Sam T., Beverly Hills

We had cataract surgery done last week; our dog was seeing immediately after surgery.  There was also quite a discount here compared to other veterinarian ophthalmologists we called. Dr. Silverman is an excellent veterinary ophthalmologist — our veterinarian let us know after a full residency, he has been practicing in Sherman Oaks for over ten years. In fact, our veterinarian and all the other veterinarians at the hospital we go to refer only to Dr. Silverman; he is considered the best. He is kind, thorough and spent a great deal of time with us explaining the surgery, the care needed and the costs involved, including the amount taken off the price. We were very impressed.  The fact that Complete Animal Eyecare is so close was also a plus — we didn’t want to drive far away.  Our surgery was done in one day; and we also received a month of free rechecks. This is the kind of real service we used to see before corporate America took over a lot of the veterinary world. There is nothing cold or antiseptic here. Just good care.
T.S., Los Angeles

Great hospital. Our cat suddenly had a closed eye and looked like she was in pain.  Our vet recommended Veterinary Ophthalmologist Dr. Silverman. It turned out to be a herpes virus — I had no idea an animal could get that or that it could be an eye infection. If left untreated it could have led to serious damage to her eye. It also could have spread to our other cats. The doctor prescribed medicine that did put us on a regiment (several medicines to put in several times a day) but it saved her vision. The staff was here very nice.  The doctor took plenty of time to explain to us what was going on.
Sam W., Beverly Hills