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How Long Does Canaloplasty Take?
One very common question I’m asked is, “how long does canaloplasty take?” Well, by eye surgery standards, it’s a pretty long surgery. It can last anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours, depending upon the complexity of one’s anatomy, as well as the skill of one’s surgeon. Canaloplasty is not a surgery that can be rushed. It’s a very delicate surgery. And the surgeon is working along membranes that are very very easy to rupture or cut through. The success of the surgery depends on careful dissection and a very good view and understanding of the anatomy. That being said, with a careful surgeon and the skills necessary, the results of Canaloplasty can be quite satisfying.
One other thing to consider with Canaloplasty in terms of the time of the surgery is that in general, the patient is anaesthetized, either with a general or with a local anesthetic and IV sedation. Therefore, most people really are unaware or sleep through much of the surgery. And it really should not be uncomfortable. So the time that it takes to perform a surgery is really less important than, that the surgery itself be done carefully and without rushing.
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Canaloplasty FAQ Videos (with Transcript)
- How Long Does Canaloplasty Take?
- How Long Will my IOP Stay Controlled With Canaloplasty?
- How Will I Need To Limit My Activities After Canaloplasty?
- How Long Has Canaloplasty Been Around?
- Why Choose Canaloplasty?
- Why Do I Perform Canaloplasty as My Primary Glaucoma Surgery?
- What Does Minimally Invasive Mean?
- What If My Natural Drainage Canal Cannot Be Fully Catheterized?
- What Are the Risks of Canaloplasty?
- What Is The Big Deal About A Bleb Anyway?
- What If Canaloplasty Doesn't Work, Can I Still Have Traditional Glaucoma Surgery?
- Is Canaloplasty Surgery Painful?
- Is Eliminating Drops Worth The Risk Of Having Canaloplasty?
- Is Canaloplasty Really Safer Than Trabeculectomy?
- Is Trabeculectomy an Option After Canaloplasty?
- Will My Insurance Cover Canaloplasty?
- Will My Vision Change After Canaloplasty?
- Will Canaloplasty Cure My Glaucoma?
- Will I Be Able To Stop Using Glaucoma Drops After Canaloplasty?
- I Have Had Glaucoma Laser Surgery, Can I Have Canaloplasty?
- I Already Had Traditional Glaucoma Surgery, Trabeculectomy. Can I Have Canaloplasty?
- I Have Used Glaucoma Drops for a Long Time, Will That Affect the Success of Canaloplasty?
- I Have Heard That Canaloplasty Is Not As Effective As Trabeculectomy
- Can I Continue To Wear Soft Contact Lenses After Canaloplasty?