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Louisiana Eye & Laser Center - Glaucoma Treatments

Laser Surgery, Traditional Surgery & Medications

Louisiana Eye & Laser Center Offers Advanced Treatments For Glaucoma

Early detection leads to the most effective glaucoma treatment. The eye doctors at Louisiana Eye & Laser Center offer advanced treatments for patients diagnosed with glaucoma. For patients with both cataracts and glaucoma, we were one of the first practices in the region to offer the iStent® Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stent. This revolutionary procedure helps reduce pressure in the eye during cataract surgery.

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Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) Options


A bypass implant is placed into your eye’s natural drainage system to assist in allowing aqueous fluid to exit the eye and decrease the IOP.

Omni Trabeculotomy

This is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that helps reduce intraocular pressure by improving the drainage of aqueous fluid.

XEN Gel Implant

This is a surgical implant that lowers high eye pressure in open-angle glaucoma patients. This is usually presented as a treatment option when previous surgical treatment have failed and/or medications alone are insufficient to control intraocular pressure.

Traditional Incisional Surgery


Your Louisiana Eye & Laser Center ophthalmologist uses fine microsurgical instruments to create a new drainage channel for the aqueous fluid to leave the eye. This results in the lowering of IOP.

Glaucoma Drainage Devices

Your ophthalmologist uses fine microsurgical instruments to insert a small tube into the eye. This allows the aqueous fluid to exit the eye into an external reservoir that is located around the eye in the eye socket.


Eye Drops

Your ophthalmologist may recommend eye drops to help control your glaucoma. These prescription drops will need to be taken daily.


Blood pressure has been found to have an impact on intraocular pressure. For patients with high blood pressure and have been diagnosed with glaucoma, your eye doctor may prescribe medication that dilates blood vessels.

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If you have been diagnosed with glaucoma, or have a family history of glaucoma, request an appointment today with one of our central Louisiana glaucoma specialists.