Yes. Having Canaloplasty does not affect your ability to have other types of glaucoma surgery at a later date as long as your Canaloplasty surgeon operates in one of the superior “quadrants” of the eye. Some Canaloplasty surgeons, however, operate at what is called the 12:00 position. This approach can make it difficult (but not impossible) for a surgeon to perform traditional glaucoma surgery at a later date.

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