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WaImmediately after any glaucoma surgery including canaloplasty, you’re going to want to be careful with any kind of activity that requires good stereo vision. Since the vision in the eye that you’ve had surgery maybe blurred, it’s important to avoid activities such as driving or working with heavy machinery, until your vision is clear again. Also, until the incision is healed it’s going to be important to avoid any kind of activities that involved submerging the head under water such as swimming or diving or getting the eye dirty such as being out in the dirt gardening. It is however, okay after surgery for you to wash your face, take a shower, wash your hair, go to the hairdresser, things like that.ch Dr. David Richardson, Eye Surgeon in California, answers one of the most commonly asked questions about Canaloplasty, “How will I need to limit my activities after Canaloplasty?”

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Dr. David D. Richardson | Board-certified Ophthalmologist. Multi-awarded and Harvard-trained eye doctor/ eye surgeon. A recognized expert in Glaucoma and in the highly specialized Canaloplasty procedure.

Dr. Richardson has performed thousands of advanced cataract and canaloplasty procedures with excellent results. Dr. Richardson is among an elite group of glaucoma specialists in the country performing the highly specialized canaloplasty procedure. In fact, patients have traveled half way around the world to have canaloplasty by Dr. Richardson.

To learn more about Dr. David D. Richardson, visit http://david-richardson-md.com

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How will I need to limit my activities after Canaloplasty?

Immediately after any glaucoma surgery including canaloplasty, you’re going to want to be careful with any kind of activity that requires good stereo vision. Since the vision in the eye that you’ve had surgery maybe blurred, it’s important to avoid activities such as driving or working with heavy machinery, until your vision is clear again. Also, until the incision is healed it’s going to be important to avoid any kind of activities that involved submerging the head under water such as swimming or diving or getting the eye dirty such as being out in the dirt gardening. It is however, okay after surgery for you to wash your face, take a shower, wash your hair, go to the hairdresser, things like that.

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