Daniel P. Greene, M.D.
Dr. Greene specializes in ophthalmology. He is board certified by The American Board of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Greene is fellowship trained in Cornea and External Disease at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA, after a residency in Ophthalmology at the Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, CT. He received both his medical and undergraduate degrees from the University of Virginia, where he was an Echols Scholar.
Dr. Greene is an ophthalmologist specializing in cataract extraction with lens implantation, corneal transplantation, laser surgery, and the diagnosis and treatment of corneal and external diseases of the eye. Dr. Greene is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Medical Association.
2019 MEDARVA Patient Choice Award
The following procedures are performed by this doctor.
Your eye works like a camera, with a transparent lens located behind your iris (the colored part of the eye) to help focus light onto your retina. With age or trauma, the lens can change, becoming less transparent. When the cornea is abnormal, misshaped, damaged or no longer clear, transplanting a donor cornea is a well-known and time-tested treatment.
When the cornea is abnormal, misshaped, damaged or no longer clear, transplanting a donor cornea is a well-known and time-tested treatment. Corneal donation is the most common form of organ donation and has saved the sight of thousands of people world-wide.
Dry eye/tear solutions
Tears lubricate and protect your eyes and help maintain clear vision. When too few or poor quality tears are produced, dry eye occurs, causing a gritty, uncomfortable feeling, with blurriness and a feeling of something lodged in the eye.
Removal of growth on conjunctiva
These growths are thought to be caused by UV light exposure, such as sunlight. The growth typically occurs from the nasal side of the sclera, or the white part of your eye.