Surgical Treatment Options for Glaucoma
There are different types of glaucoma surgeries and techniques.
They may be categorized using this criteria:
Latest Glaucoma Talk
“Adjusting the Faucet or Opening the Drain – Currently Available Methods to Treat the Plumbing Problem of Open Angle Glaucoma” A San Gabriel Valley Optometric Society Continuing Education Event | April 12, 2017.
Natural and Complementary Treatments for Glaucoma
In this interview from Today's Dietitian Magazine, Dr. David Richardson discusses Glaucoma and Complementary Glaucoma Therapies Holistic Nutrition: Complementary Glaucoma Therapies By Marsha McCulloch, MS, RD, LD, LN | November 2016 Issue Today's Dietitian | Vol. 18,...read more
My Guidelines to Initiating Glaucoma Supplement Therapy I currently recommend over a dozen supplements to my patients with glaucoma. Do I expect any of my patients with glaucoma to take all of them? No. Taking so many different supplements daily could be overwhelming....read more
Find out which supplements are best discontinued and continued around the time of eye surgery. These supplements lessens risks associated pre and post-eye operationread more
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Sustained Drug Delivery for Glaucoma Treatment – An Update from the American Glaucoma Society (AGS) 2017 Annual Meeting
Caution — INVESTIGATIONAL DEVICEs, LIMITED BY FEDERAL (OR UNITED STATES) LAW TO INVESTIGATIONAL USE. These products have not been approved by the FDA as safe or effective. Anyone who has glaucoma is likely to desire a treatment other than eye drops. Currently...read more
CAUTION—INVESTIGATIONAL DEVICE, LIMITED BY FEDERAL (OR UNITED STATES) LAW TO INVESTIGATIONAL USE. Video Source: my-eyemate.com There's a new intraocular pressure measuring system that has received CE mark approval for use with primary open angle glaucoma patients...read more
Glaucoma Personal Stories
Real Stories. Real Lives of People with Glaucoma. Watch and hear their journeys and triumphs.
“He’s suffered so many losses that the idea that he could lose his vision was so frightening to us. He has a family history with glaucoma. He watched an uncle go blind. And it broke my heart that he could lose anything else…”