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  • Eye Drops

    Certain prescription eye drops decrease intraocular pressure by reducing the amount of fluid your eye produces.

  • Oral Medications

    Like eye drops, oral prescription medications help reduce pressure inside your eye.

  • Laser Therapy

    Using a laser beam, your ophthalmologist opens clogged channels inside the eye, releasing fluid build-up. Laser therapy is an outpatient procedure.

  • Filtering Surgery

    If medication or laser therapy isn’t effective, your ophthalmologist may recommend filtering surgery. This outpatient procedure creates an opening in the white of the eye (sclera) and removes part of the trabecular meshwork.

  • Implant Surgery

    To enhance filtering surgery, your ophthalmologist may insert tiny drainage devices or “aqueous shunts” to keep the surgically-created drainage opening from closing.

  • Electrocautery

    This minimally invasive procedure removes tissue from the trabecular meshwork using a small electrocautery device.