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Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery

Less invasive, faster recovery

Surgery for glaucoma

What is minimally invasive glaucoma surgery?

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, or MIGS, uses microscopic stents and implants to reduce eye pressure and slow the progression of glaucoma. MIGS may allow glaucoma patients to reduce their dependence on eye drops.

When it comes to treating glaucoma, it's important to know your options

Check out the profiles* below to discover whether a similar treatment could be right for you


David has cataracts and mild-to-moderate open-angle glaucoma treated with eye drops. Cataract surgery combined with iStent, iTrack, or Hydrus Microstent insertion may improve his vision and reduce or eliminate his need for glaucoma eye drops.

Learn more about iStent, iTrack, and Hydrus


Elizabeth has open-angle glaucoma that is not controlled with glaucoma eye drops. The XEN Gel Stent or PRESERFLO MicroShunt may help lower her eye pressure to a safer level to prevent vision loss from glaucoma.

Learn more about the XEN Gel Stent and PRESERFLO MicroShunt

*Profiles are based on clinical indications and are not real patient testimonials. 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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