Minimally invasive 25 gauge vitrectomy surgery for visually significant dense asteroid hyalosis. A 50 year old Caucasian gentleman presented with 20/50 vision secondary to dense, white, asteroid hyalosis resembling a holiday season snow storm. Minimally invasive vitrectomy surgery was suggested to clear the visual axis from the persistent flecks. 25 gauge trocars were inserted in a beveled manner at the pars plana. Meticulous anterior vitrectomy was performed, followed by core vitrectomy with partial air/fluid exchange. The patient improved to 20/20 vision within a week.