Most ophthalmologists agree that there is usually very little warning or early symptoms for glaucoma. In fact, a large number of people don’t even know they have it. It’s best to be aware of what early symptoms there are, and what risk factors contribute to glaucoma, so you can begin management of glaucoma, if you end up suffering from it.
Micro-Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) is the latest, most advanced treatment for glaucoma. Instead of performing invasive surgery to relieve the buildup of naturally-occurring fluids within the eye, the physician implants a stent that allows the eye to continuously drain.
In Canada, it can be done as a standalone procedure at the hospital. For patients who are having cataract surgery, MIGS is done at the same time and offers a number of impressive additional benefits: