Possibly. Remember that the primary objective of any glaucoma surgery (including Canaloplasty) is to lower your IOP into a safer range and protect you from further loss of vision. A secondary goal would be to reduce (or even eliminate) the use of glaucoma drops. Studies have shown Canaloplasty to be effective at achieving both of these goals. Not only do most people who undergo Canaloplasty have lower IOPs after surgery, but on average, they are able to stop just under two medications. What does “just under two” mean? Well, some people are able to stop one drop, some two, others none and some are even able to stop all of their drops. How many you will be able to stop if you have Canaloplasty cannot be predicted, though it’s likely that you will be able to stop at least one of them if you are on multiple drops.