Dry Eye and Glaucoma
Dry eye is a common eye condition that affects thousands of New Zealanders every day. Studies suggest that 40-50% of glaucoma patients have dry eye syndrome, with women more likely to have it.Learn More About Dry Eye and Glaucoma
Glaucoma and Cataracts
Cataract surgery not only can result in a reduction of IOP, it also provides benefits for future management of glaucoma.
Blepharitis is not sight-threatening, but it may get better or worse over time. It is caused by inflammation of the skin and/or the meibomian glands, which are found along the edge of the eyelid at the base of the eyelashes. While there is no direct connection between blepharitis and glaucoma many people with glaucoma also have from blepharitis.