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What are the possible complications of trabeculectomy surgery?

The risks of trabeculectomy include infection, bleeding in the eye, reduced or loss of vision, low eye pressure, failure due to scarring, precipitation of cataract, droopy eyelid. During the preoperative consultation we will discuss in detail all the benefits and risks of the procedure, including all alternative options, so you can make an informed decision.

By |2020-05-16T16:49:18+00:00May 16th, 2020||

What about driving?

You should not drive on the day of the procedure because you will need dilating drops which may blur your vision for several hours after the laser. You should be able to drive the following day, provided you fulfil the criteria for driving. 

By |2020-05-16T15:47:48+00:00May 16th, 2020||
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