Iridoplasty can help but the effect can wear off and angles can begin to narrow more down the road. Also as a cataract begins to grow, the angles can narrow. So you still need to be monitored every 4 months or so. Down the road, cataract surgery is the 100% cure for narrow angles. You might need an iridotomy also down the road, before cataract surgery. A glaucoma specialist ophthalmologist will keep your eyes very safe.
ok, now youve really scared me. whats the link between cataracts and glaucoma(narrow angles)? If im gomig to get cataracts aswell how long from now, im 27?.
Usually when your in your 40's, 50's, 60's, or 70's.
last question on this, will i definatly get cataracts? is that because of the glaucoma? my vision is still pretty good without glasses.Consultant did say i will be monitored regularly but didnt mentin anything about cataracts? thnks