How does laser therapy work?
Types of laser surgeries will vary on the form of glaucoma and how severe it may be. Lasers create a focused beam of light that is able to produce a tiny opening in your eye tissue, contingent on the intensity of the light beam.
Glaucoma treatments focus on lowering IOP either by reducing the production of fluid or by improving its outflow.
- MicroPulse® TSCPC delivers repetitive, low-energy laser ‘micropulses’ which reduce risks associated with other destructive therapies
- MicroPulse TSCPC is a non-invasive therapy that does not require any incisions or implants
- It can be performed in an office setting or in the operating room, as determined by your doctor
- This procedure does not cause tissue damage; therefore your doctor may repeat it as needed for glaucoma management
Excellent Safety Profile
The MicroPulse P3 Glaucoma Device (MP3) powered by the CYCLO G6® Glaucoma Laser System enables a versatile procedure with multiple safety benefits:
- Minimal to no inflammation post-op
- Patient downtime is significantly low
“I was using the Cyclo G6 glaucoma laser for refractory glaucoma patients, but as I saw the results and how comfortable the patients were, I started to expand its use, and now I use it for various types of glaucoma cases.”
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