Glaucoma can be detected by Dr. Parks by the measurement of intraocular pressure (blue light test) and examination of the optic nerve appearance. If either of these is suspicious for glaucoma, our eye doctor will order an OCT and Visual Field test, both of which can be performed in his office.

If Glaucoma is diagnosed, Dr. Parks will prescribe pressure-lowering eye drops. More frequent visits will be needed to monitor your progress. If eye drops do not greatly lower your risk of vision loss from glaucoma, an appointment will be made with a Board Certified Glaucoma Specialist.

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