In eyes with primary open-angle glaucoma, identifying where blockage or resistance occurs within the conventional outflow pathway can be hard.
Targeting the trabecular meshwork alone, or isolating a single point, may not be enough to lower IOP.
75% of Surgeons want to address the conventional outflow pathway first1
Between 50-75% of resistance may be in the Trabecular Meshwork2,3,4
Up to 50% of resistance may be in Schlemm’s canal and the distal collector channels2,3,4
ONE MIGS device
TWO implant-free procedures
THREE points of resistance
intelligently designed device.