What causes glaucoma?
Optic Nerve Damage
Glaucoma occurs when pressure inside the eye damages the optic nerve. Watch the video to learn more.

What does it look like to have glaucoma?
Glaucoma causes blind areas to grow at the edges, or periphery, of vision. As the condition worsens, rings or halos may appear, and your field of vision gets smaller, creating what’s called tunnel vision.

Watch the video to get a feel for what it might look like to have glaucoma.

Can glaucoma be treated?

Glaucoma is hard to notice at first. If caught early on, it can be managed and treated. But if left untreated, it can cause irreversible vision loss.

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