Glaucoma Treatment and Care is What We DoICON's team of fellowship trained glaucoma specialists is here to serve you and offers a variety of glaucoma treatment options that aim to relieve symptoms and prevent further damage or loss of sight. We care about getting you glaucoma treatment fast to get you back to your life. That is why we often have appointments available with our glaucoma specialists in Denver, Golden, and Grand Junction the same day. ICON Eyecare accepts nearly all insurance providers including United Health Care, Anthem BlueCross, Cigna, Spectra, Superior Vision, Medicaid, and many others.
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Early detection of glaucoma mitigates sight loss for many, but in some cases, no treatment is sought until glaucoma symptoms arise. Glaucoma causes gradual loss of peripheral vision, eventually leading to tunnel vision. Few other symptoms exist. That is why it is important to see a specialists as soon as possible to determine if you have glaucoma.
There are several types of glaucoma, although open-angle glaucoma is the most common. Other less common forms are low-tension glaucoma, angle-closure glaucoma, congenital glaucoma, pigmentary glaucoma, and pseudoexfoliation glaucoma. Glaucoma tests, performed at all ICON eye examinations, can detect the disease in early stages and to identify the type of glaucoma involved.
- Visual acuity tests measure how well you see at various distances
- Visual field tests peripheral vision, one of the early symptoms of glaucoma.
- Dilation, which uses eye drops to dilate the pupils allows doctors to examine the retina and optic nerve
- A tonometer measures the pressure inside the eye
- Pachymetry measures corneal thickness with ultrasonic waves