Glaucoma


Glaucoma is often a silent and painless disease of the optic nerve, which connects the eye to the brain and carries visual information.   As the disease progresses you will slowly and often undectably lease your peripheral vision until you have significant vision loss.  Glaucoma is often due to elevated eye pressure, but may also be related to certain medications, previous trauma/eye surgery, or even due to your eye’s unique anatomy.

Our Glaucoma Fellowship trained eye surgeons have been successfully treating glaucoma for years.  Visit us today to help prevent irreversible vision loss due to glaucoma.

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Glaucoma

Progressively irreversible peripheral vision loss often due to elevated eye pressure.

Symptoms

  • Can Be Silent
  • Eye Pain
  • Decreased Vision
  • Loss of Peripheral Vision.

Glaucoma Treatment


Using the most advanced testing technology, we are able to closely monitor your glaucoma to maintain your vision.  Often glaucoma can be treated with eye drops or laser surgery performed in our clinic.

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