How Long Will my IOP Stay Controlled With Canaloplasty?

How long will my IOP stay controlled with Canaloplasty? Canaloplasty has been approved by the FDA since 2008. So as of 2012, we have three-year published results, which indicate that the pressure lowering effect of canaloplasty is stable over those three years. Now,...

Will I Be Able To Stop Using Glaucoma Drops After Canaloplasty?

Will I Be Able To Stop Using Glaucoma Drops After Canaloplasty? If you’ve been using glaucoma drops for many years, it’s possible that your surgeon may not achieve full catheterization during canaloplasty. That’s because using drops can have some...

ASCRS 2012: iScience Didactic Course With Dr. Robert Sinskey

Canaloplasty (pronounced Kah-NAL-oh-plas-tee) is a new glaucoma treatment that gives many people with this potentially blinding condition the hope of saving the vision they have. Canaloplasty can reduce pressure in the eye (IOP) by nearly 40%, and many glaucoma...

Will Canaloplasty Cure My Glaucoma?

Will Canaloplasty cure my glaucoma? Today there are no cures for glaucoma. Both drops and surgeries work to protect your vision from further loss of vision by lowering the pressure in the eye. Now, one of the advantages of surgeries such as canaloplasty is that...
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