Hydrus Microstent

Implanted during cataract surgery, the Hydrus Microstent can reduce eye pressure and may help free you from glaucoma eye drops

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Small implant. Big results.

Help control your eye pressure and possibly reduce your need for medication with the Hydrus Microstent

What is the Hydrus Microstent?

Roughly the size of an eyelash, the highly flexible Hydrus Microstent is inserted at the time of cataract surgery to treat glaucoma.

How does it work?

The Hydrus Microstent bypasses the blockage in glaucoma and enhances the eyes natural drainage channels to relieve high eye pressure.

Is the Hydrus Microstent right for me?

If you're one of the many people with cataracts and glaucoma, you'll be glad to know that cataract surgery combined with the Hydrus Microstent can correct more than just your cataracts.

In a major clinical study, 78% of all patients were drop-free after cataract surgery combined with Hydrus Microstent insertion at 2 years

Dr Nathan Kerr

Hydrus

Advantages NEW
  • Lowers eye pressure
  • Minimally invasive
  • Fast recovery
  • May reduce need for eye drops
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note Not everyone with glaucoma is suitable for minimally invasive glaucoma surgery. Any surgical procedure carries risks. Make an appointment with Dr Kerr to discuss the full risks and benefits based on your eye condition.

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