HOW DOES A GLAUCOMA-AFFECT EYESIGHT?
Glaucoma is increasing inner eye pressure and damages the optical nerve. This damage results in a reducing field of vision. In its initial phase, this perfidious disease has no symptoms. If it is detected early during a routine eye examination it can be held in check with eye drops, laser treatment, or surgical intervention if it is necessary, without causing loss of vision.
in Westeye Health Group Treatment is carried out by highly experienced glaucoma specialists who have treated thousands of cases.
Employment of the latest technology in glaucoma monitoring and treatment.
Use of the latest generation of FDA-approved laser devices and medical materials.
All medical materials from surgical gowns to injectors and special drugs are customized and used only once, under no circumstances are disposable materials used twice.
WHAT IS MINIMALLY INVASIVE GLAUCOMA SURGERY (MIGS) AND WHAT IS ITS ADVANTAGE OVER CLASSICAL SURGERY?
Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery is the expansion of the channels that drain the intraocular fluid in the inner layer of the eye without damaging the extraocular layers and provides a sutureless way to reduce eye pressure naturally.
Advantages: It can be said that the recovery period is shorter, the post-operative stinging and burning complaints are very rare due to the fact that it is sutureless, and the complications that threaten vision are very rare.