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What Is The Big Deal About A Bleb Anyway?

What Is The Big Deal About A Bleb Anyway? One of the benefits of canaloplasty is that it’s essentially a bleb-free procedure. It’s rare for anyone to develop a bleb. Almost everyone after canaloplasty is able to wear soft contact lenses if they desire, is...

What Are the Risks of Canaloplasty?

What Are The Risks Of Canaloplasty? Although canaloplasty is a safer surgery when compared with more traditional glaucoma surgeries such as trabeculectomy and tubes, it is surgery, and so there are risks needed to be associated with it. It is important to note that...

Can I Continue To Wear Soft Contact Lenses After Canaloplasty?

Can I Continue To Wear Soft Contact Lenses After Canaloplasty? One of the unfortunate things about traditional glaucoma surgeries such as trabeculectomy and tubes or shunts, is that, if you’re a soft contact wearer now, after surgery you may not able to wear...

ASCRS 2012: iScience Didactic Course With Dr. Robert Sinskey

Canaloplasty (pronounced Kah-NAL-oh-plas-tee) is a new glaucoma treatment that gives many people with this potentially blinding condition the hope of saving the vision they have. Canaloplasty can reduce pressure in the eye (IOP) by nearly 40%, and many glaucoma...

Leading Canaloplasty Surgeons’ Call

Canaloplasty (pronounced Kah-NAL-oh-plas-tee) is a new glaucoma treatment that gives many people with this potentially blinding condition the hope of saving the vision they have. Canaloplasty can reduce pressure in the eye (IOP) by nearly 40%, and many glaucoma...

Why Choose Canaloplasty?

Why Choose Canaloplasty? So why choose canaloplasty over other more traditional glaucoma surgeries such as trabeculectomy or tubes? Well, there are number of reasons but the main one is safety. Safety Canaloplasty simply is a safer surgery and there are multiple...

Canaloplasty | What Does Minimally Invasive Mean?

What Does Minimally Invasive Mean? So canaloplasty is often described as a “minimally invasive surgery”. What does that mean, “minimally invasive”? Well, in order to understand that we really need to compare it to the traditional surgeries of...

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