Below you will find before and after images of pterygium surgery performed by Dr Anthony Maloof in Sydney. You will see a variety of forms of pterygium as well as before and afters.

Sometimes cancer can be disguised and thought to be a pterygium. If you have spots on your eyes, get them checked ASAP. Your regular optometrist will be able to inspect your eyes and determine the next course of action.
This image shows a melanoma of the eye. This brown spot can sometimes be confused as a pterygium.
Sometimes cancer can be disguised and thought to be a pterygium. If you have spots on your eyes, get them checked ASAP. Your regular optometrist will be able to inspect your eyes and determine the next course of action.
This image shows a double pterygium. Each pterygium is growing from each side of the eye and is starting to impact the cornea and will eventually impair vision.
This patient has been unfortunate in that he has a pterygium growing from both sides of the one eye. Surgery was performed by Dr Anthony Maloof in Sydney.
This image shows before and after pterygium surgery performed by Dr Anthony Maloof in Sydney. The first image shows the pterygium covering the iris and impacting on vision. The second image shows the eye 1 month after surgery.
Dr Anthony Maloof performed perfect pterygium surgery and this before and after clearly depicts it. The after result shows the eye at 1 month. Over time the white of the eye will return to normal.
This before and after image of pterygium surgery shows the result after just 1 month. By Dr Anthony Maloof performing perfect pterygium surgery, this gives the greatest chance of a white eye.