There are several different types of glaucoma which can affect people of all ages (although it’s most common in adults 70 and over). Many people don’t even realise they have it, as it’s often symptomless to begin with.
If not identified and treated in its early stages, glaucoma can lead to loss of vision.
The only way to detect glaucoma is with a routine eye exam. Our practice has specialist screening equipment for detecting the early warning signs of glaucoma, allowing us to act fast and diminish its effect on your sight.