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I would go to a board-certified veterinary opthamologist for your second opinion. Not just another vet. A true cherry eye is normally resolved with a surgery that tucks the gland back in place, allowing it to function properly, but stay where it belongs. The eye looks completely normal afterwards, and you should not be able to tell that the dog ever had a cherry eye.
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