Glaucoma: the Importance of Early Intervention

According to the Glaucoma Research Foundation, an estimated 2.2 million individuals in the United States have glaucoma.   More than half of those who have glaucoma are unaware because there are NO SYMPTOMS, especially in the early stages.  Studies show that the risk of blindness related to glaucoma 20 years after diagnosis has decreased by 50% due to early intervention and consistent treatment.  Annual eye examinations with advanced technology, we can treat glaucoma early and prevent complications such as vision impairment, loss of peripheral vision, and blindness.