How does Canaloplasty compare to other glaucoma treatments in terms of IOP Lowering benefits and average medication? Here’s a summary from Dr. Douglas J. Rhee’s talk given on April 13, 2018 during the ASCRS 2018 Glaucoma Day “Is Trabeculectomy Dead?” session, titled “NO, It’s Alive and Well!”
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Trabectome vs Trabeculectomy
iStent + Cataract Surgery
GATT (Gonioscopy-Assisted Transluminal Trabeculotomy)
Phakic POAG GATT
GATT + Cataract Surgery
CyPass and Cataract Surgery
Cypass + Cataract
Xen c MMC
Tube Shunts vs. Trabeculectomy
David Richardson, MD
Medical Director, San Marino Eye
David Richardson, M.D. is recognized as one of the top cataract and glaucoma surgeons in the US and is among an elite group of glaucoma surgeons in the country performing the highly specialized canaloplasty procedure. Morever, Dr. Richardson is one of only a few surgeons in the greater Los Angeles area that performs MicroPulse P3™ "Cyclophotocoagulation" (MP3) glaucoma laser surgery. Dr. Richardson graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Southern California and earned his Medical Degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed his ophthalmology residency at the LAC+USC Medical Center/ Doheny Eye Institute. Dr. David Richardson is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology at the Keck School of Medicine of USC. Twice weekly, he treats veterans at the VA Greater Los Angeles Veterans Healthcare System.