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Glaucoma "MIGS" surgery.

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is performed at the same time as your cataract surgery and may help to decrease your eye pressure and reduce or eliminate your need for glaucoma medications.

If you are a candidate for cataract surgery and have mild to moderate open-angle glaucoma, speak to our office about treating your cataracts and glaucoma at the same time.

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About MIGS

As a fellowship-trained Cornea, Cataract, and Refractive Surgeon, Dr. Ehrenhaus offers the leading options in care, including MIGS (Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery). This procedure involves minuscule incisions and advanced microscopic instrumentation to help comfortably and efficiently manage glaucoma. With a MIGS procedure, patients experience fewer complications and more rapid healing times than conventional surgery.

When performed at the same time as your cataract surgery, MIGS may help lower eye pressure and reduce or eliminate your need for glaucoma medications.

The Hydrus® Microstent from Ivantis®

An advanced and innovative solution for glaucoma management

The Hydrus Microstent is a minimally invasive glaucoma device implanted during a MIGS procedure performed in conjunction with your cataract surgery.

An implant that’s no bigger than an eyelash

Placed in Schlemm’s canal, the Hydrus Microstent serves as an intra-canicular stent to gently expand the eye’s fluid pathway. As it supports an enhanced outflow to the body’s circulatory system, it helps reduce eye pressure and prevent damage to the optic nerve.

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