Glaucoma is a condition in which the optic nerve suffers damage, typically
because of increased intraocular pressure. An ophthalmologist will often
prescribe special eye drops for glaucoma, which are intended to keep the
intraocular pressure at a safe level. If your ophthalmologist prescribes
eye drops, it’s important to follow the dosage instructions exactly.
Skipping dosages can cause fluctuations in intraocular pressure and further
damage the optic nerve.
Watch this video to see a demonstration of how to apply glaucoma eye drops.
The doctor in this video also discusses what you should do if you experience
side effects and why you shouldn’t worry if you apply too many drops
at one time.
For a treatment plan for your eye condition, see the
experienced eye care team at the office of Dr. Mark Hornfeld. Call our NYC office at (212) 580-8881
for an appointment.