Most surgical glaucoma treatments work by making it easier for fluid to leave the eye. Cyclophotocoagulation (CP) takes a different approach. It works by decreasing the production of aqueous fluid.
Micro-invasive Suture Trabeculotomy (MIST) is a low risk procedure that has the potential to further reduce the IOP in eyes that have failed to respond to canaloplasty. It is neither a long nor a technically challenging surgery.
Learn the Failure Rates for Trabeculectomy and Glaucoma Drainage, Failure Rates for Canaloplasty and Phacocanaloplasty, and Failure Rates for Viscocanalostomy
What You Need To Know, Risks, When To Undergo This Treatment, and How Well Does YAG Laser Goniopuncture Work
What if Canaloplasty Doesn’t Work? Although there is evidence that canaloplasty can be an effective long-term treatment for glaucoma, studies indicate that…