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Finally, an alternative therapy is available

Discover a powerful option to treat your glaucoma

Understanding how to take action early on is an important piece to navigating your treatment journey to slow disease progression. And now iStent infinite®, a revolutionary micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) device, is available to treat your glaucoma.

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What is iStent infinite?

For adults with primary open-angle glaucoma who have been unsuccessful with medications and surgical treatments, iStent infinite uses 3 micro-sized stents designed to create open pathways to maximize drainage, relieve eye pressure, and slow your disease progression.

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Understanding Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a progressive disease of the eye that if left untreated, can worsen over time and eventually lead to blindness. Glaucoma is commonly associated with increased intraocular pressure (IOP) in the eye due to an imbalance in production and outflow of fluid produced by the eye. Glaucoma is asymptomatic, meaning it occurs without noticeable symptoms, and can often go undiagnosed without proper checkups.

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How to Manage Your Glaucoma


iStent infinite® should not be used in patients with the following types of glaucoma; angle-closure, traumatic, uveitic, neovascular or glaucoma related to tumors; thyroid eye disease, Sturge-Weber syndrome, or any conditions that may cause elevated pressure in the eye. Potential Benefit of iStent infinite is the lowering of eye pressure, which may assist in the management of glaucoma. MRI environment is safe for use with iStent infinite under certain MRI conditions. Prior to having an MRI, tell your doctor you have an iStent infinite stent in your eye, and show the doctor your implant card. Potential Risks of iStent infinite may include reactions to medicines, bleeding, infection, inflammation, vision changes, increased eye pressure, and swelling of the cornea. This is not a complete list of risks. Talk to your doctor for medical advice about risks.

You are encouraged to report negative side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.


iStent infinite is an implantable device intended to reduce the intraocular pressure (IOP) of the eye. It is indicated for use in adults with primary open-angle glaucoma in whom previous medical and surgical treatment has failed.