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How Much Does Canaloplasty Cost?

The amount charged for canaloplasty varies by surgeon and surgery center. If you do not have insurance, the total cost for canaloplasty can range from $4,000 to upwards of $8,000 per eye. Fortunately, Medicare and many insurances pay for Canaloplasty when surgical...

Where Can I Find A Canaloplasty Surgeon Near Me?

Visit the iScience website. This site will provide a list of Canaloplasty surgeons near you. Canaloplasty FAQ Video Playlist View all Canaloplasty Treatment FAQ videos in one playlist Watch Now David Richardson, MD Medical Director, San Marino Eye David Richardson,...

Will My Vision Change After Canaloplasty?

If you are hoping for better vision after canaloplasty, it is important to point out that the purpose of any glaucoma treatment (incuding Canaloplasty) is to preserve vision, not improve it. That being said, your vision will change in the following ways after surgery....

Where Can I Learn More About Canaloplasty?

Below are some additional resources that could help you to decide if Canaloplasty is right for you: 1. Canaloplasty.com – Created by iScience, the manufacturer of the catheter used in Canaloplasty. This is where you would go to find a Canaloplasty surgeon near...

Why Canaloplasty?

Safety. Canaloplasty is safer than traditional glaucoma surgery (trabeculectomy). If you are considering glaucoma surgery to prevent further vision loss then choosing a surgery that has fewer risks makes sense. Age. Younger patients need a better option than...

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