Ab Interno Approach with No Implant Needed

The HFDS (High Frequency Deep Sclerotomy) procedure for glaucoma surgery is easy to learn, efficient and safe to use. How the HFDS procedure works in detail is explained in the current issue of The Ophthalmologist.

Find out now how the HFDS procedure does not need an implant and how the modern MIGS procedure makes the difference in glaucoma surgery.

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High Frequency Deep Sclerotomy

Find out more about the minimally-invasive MIGS-procedure.


HFDS in Glaucoma surgery

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