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FAQs / What Is the Big Deal About Bleb Anyway?

ANSWER:

One of the benefits of canaloplasty is that it’s essentially a bleb-free procedure. It’s rare for anyone to develop a bleb. Almost everyone after canaloplasty is able to wear soft contact lenses if they desire, is able to continue with their activities including water sports once the eyes is healed up. And in general, dry eye or ocular surface disease is not only “not made worst”, but in some cases is better after canaloplasty because patients are not using as many drops after the surgery.

 

Warm regards,
David Richardson, MD

Date: Aug 29, 2013

 

Posted in: Canaloplasty Safety and Efficacy, What Is Canaloplasty?

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