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Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS)

Happy glaucoma patient after MIGS

Thanks to advances in the field, new technologies, known as MIGS, have been developed to lower eye pressure more safely, with a faster recovery and minimal restrictions. Instead of creating an artificial drain in the eye, they are designed to unclog the natural drainage system of the eye and enhance drainage.

There are several advantages offered by these types of procedures. They are minimally invasive, non-penetrating and do not create a permanent opening in the wall of the eye. In addition, this advanced technique avoids the potential spectrum of complications associated with traditional glaucoma surgery.

iStent

The tiny iStent is placed in the eye during cataract surgery. The device is so small that you won’t feel it or even know it is there after surgery. iStent can effectively lower eye pressure by improving fluid outflow from the eye.

iStent Animation

Goniotomy

Goniotomy is a minimally invasive glaucoma procedure that increases flow into the natural drainage system of your eye by removing a portion of the clogged drainage system called the trabecular meshwork. It can be performed as a single surgery or combined with cataract surgery.

Ab-interno Canaloplasty

Ab-interno canaloplasty is a safe and effective procedure that provides significant and sustained reduction of intraocular pressure and medication use. A microcatheter is used to “unclog” the drainage system of the eye, restoring normal drainage and reduction in the IOP.

One Procedure for Two Conditions

For patients dealing with glaucoma but who also need cataract surgery, we have great news! MIGS can be performed at the time of cataract surgery with similar recovery, postoperative drop regimen and restrictions of activity as cataract surgery alone. As a result, many of our patients can not only have their vision restored after cataract surgery but also treat glaucoma at the same time. How convenient!

Locations

The Mann Eye Institute is a leading eye care facility with seventeen locations in Humble, West Humble, Houston, Central Austin, North Austin, Sugar Land, Katy, Spring, The Woodlands Market Street, Livingston, Bay City, Pearland, Baytown, Tomball and Cleveland, Texas. With various locations in the Houston and Austin areas we can provide the full continuum of care, including; designer eyewear and eye care needs, LASIK eye surgery, cataract surgery, premium lens implants and dry eye treatment options. If you are seeking expert eye doctors in Texas contact us today!

Copperfield Office
6860 Highway 6 North, Ste. A
Houston, TX 77084
(281) 500-9605

Houston Fannin Office
5115 Fannin St., 10th Floor, Ste 1000
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 580-2500

The Woodlands Office
1501 Lake Robbins Dr. Ste. 130
The Woodlands, TX 77380
(281) 367-2010

Pearland Office
10223 Broadway St., Ste. J
Pearland, TX 77584
(281) 971-9332

Spring Office
2616 FM 2920 Ste. I
Spring, TX 77388
(281) 353-8300

Tomball Office
14079 FM 2920
Tomball, TX 77377
(346) 701-4029

Katy Office
750 Westgreen Blvd.
Katy, TX 77450
(281) 392-3937

Humble - Deerbrook Office
9802 FM 1960 W, Ste. 110
Humble, Texas 77338
(281) 446-9333

Sugar Land Office
15999 City Walk, Ste. 270
Sugar Land, TX 77479
(713) 580-2525

Humble - S. Memorial Office
18850 S. Memorial Blvd.
Humble, TX 77338
(281) 446-7900

Livingston Office
1601 US-59 Loop North, Ste. 100
Livingston, Texas 77351
(936) 327-3937

Cleveland Office
429 West Southline
Cleveland, TX 77327
(281) 592-4343

Bay City Office
3612 Avenue F
Bay City, TX 77414
(979) 244-1450

Baytown Office
4750 East Freeway
Baytown, TX 77521
(281) 421-2020

South Austin Office
2600 Via Fortuna, Ste. 400
Austin, TX 78746
(512) 327-4123

North Austin Office
4314 W. Braker Lane Ste. 215
Austin, TX 78759
(512) 200-3937

Sun City Office
1530 Sun City Blvd., Ste. 150
Georgetown, TX 78633
(512) 327-3792

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