Malignant Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension | Patient Testimonial

– Hi, my name is Carol Sheppard and I’m a patient at Ocala Eye and have been for approximately two years. I had been seeing doctors in Ohio for approximately six months without success in finding the source of my high pressures in the eye. So I came to Florida and ended up in Dr. […]

Sahar Bedrood, MD, PhD – What Causes Glaucoma?

So glaucoma, we don’t exactly know what causes it but there are a number of risk factors. Age is a risk factor for glaucoma. A family history is a risk factor. Certain characteristics of your nerve when we look at it and examine it under the slit lamp can show risk factors. High eye pressure […]

Meet Mark Slabaugh, MD | Ophthalmologist at OSU Wexner Medical Center

My name is Mark Slabaugh. I’m an ophthalmologist at the OSU Havener Eye Institute. My subspecialty is glaucoma. I also have an interest in the management of glaucoma with complex ocular conditions such as uveitis as well as traumatic glaucoma. I specialize in the surgical management of both cataracts and glaucoma. Some of the subspecialty […]

MIGS and glaucoma

MIGS glaucoma surgery is minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, done basically through a small micro-incision to simplify surgery to allow the surgery to be done through a keyhole. So, we are now doing procedures instead of having to make big cuts and stitches and, you know, the longer recovery, the procedure’s simplified and we have a […]

Better Outcomes with Electrically Delivered Eye Medication

I’m Dr. Steve Silverstein with Silverstein Eye Centers in Kansas City, Missouri. We have had the opportunity to participate in the EyeGate Pharmaceuticals trial delivering dexamethasone via the technology known as iontophoresis. We’re all very excited about the possibility of alternative drug delivery systems in an effort to remove the patient from the equation and […]

How removing cataracts can improve glaucoma | Ohio State Medical Center

For a glaucoma provider, you know, cataracts are important too. Removing cataracts can actually help improve your intraocular pressure control just by having them removed. In addition to that, there are other types of glaucoma that, in particular, people with high degrees of refractive error, thick glasses, are predisposed to and removal of cataracts in […]

Retinal Detachment Symptoms and Treatment | How Retinal Detachment is Treated

so if you’ve ever experienced flashing lights new floaters in your vision or progressive vision loss then you’ve probably heard of a retinal detachment and a retinal detachment is one of the most serious eye conditions that can be experienced it can even lead to permanent blindness and in this video we’re going to be […]

Ocular Hypertension Glaucoma

>>Ocular hypertension occurs when the pressure inside the eye is higher than normal or higher than 21. Your drain in your eye does not work perfectly. This leads to an increase in eye pressure. Having high eye pressure puts you at risk for developing glaucoma or damage to the optic nerve. The optic nerve acts […]