Glaucoma Treatment: Iridotomy (Informational)





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Published on Jun 4, 2018

For over three decades, CEC has provided excellence in total eye care through highly experienced physicians using the most state-of-the-art procedures and instrumentation available.

Community Eye Center now has grown to include nine physicians at multiple Southwest Florida locations, an eye only surgery center and optical services.

A part of CEC, St Lucy’s Eye Surgery Center is the only facility in Charlotte County dedicated exclusively to eye surgery.

Selecting only the most qualified and dedicated eye health professionals to join the practice, Community Eye Center offers comprehensive and expedient care. This total eye care includes dry eye treatment, treatment of macular degeneration and all other retinal diseases, diabetic eye exams, eyelid & cosmetic surgery, contact lenses & glasses, and 24/7 emergency eye care.

About Glaucoma:

The eye can be compared to a camera. The eye lens is found behind the iris and the pupil. The lens focuses the light back toward the retina and the image is recorded there. Once the image is recorded, the image information is sent to the brain through the optic nerve. The optic nerve connects the eye to the brain in the same way that a computer cable connects a digital camera to a computer to transfer images. If a person has glaucoma, the lens and retina operate normally; however, the optic nerve does not and images are not properly transferred to the brain.


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