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Canaloplasty is an advanced interventional ophthalmology procedure that utilizes breakthrough microcatheter technology to treat open angle glaucoma.
It is used to reduce intraocular pressure (IOP) within the eye by widening the eye’s natural drainage channels. Canaloplasty is an option for many of the 3 million American glaucoma patients with elevated IOP who are not achieving lower IOP from medications, who do not want to remain dependent on costly glaucoma drugs and want a less invasive surgical procedure.
Canaloplasty is performed entirely through a small two-stage micro-incision outside of the visual axis of the eye in an advanced, yet straightforward interventional ophthalmic procedure: