Oklahoma Glaucoma Specialist
BVA Advanced Eye Care offers glaucoma treatment to patients across Oklahoma with our very own Glaucoma Specialist – Dr. Don Nguyen, M.D. Glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in The United States. Only a trained specialist can detect glaucoma before a person’s vision is severely damaged.
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Dr. Don Nguyen, M.D.
BVA’s glaucoma specialist, Dr. Nguyen, is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist and Glaucoma specialist. His areas of interest include minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, differentiating high myopia from glaucoma, and using imaging modalities and other diagnostic testing for earlier detection and more precise treatment of glaucoma. He has been trained to comprehensively treat and manage all glaucoma in a variety of ways including medications, lasers, and surgery. He is also offering his skills in cataract surgery including implantation of toric and premium extended depth of focus lenses.
His ophthalmology training includes a residency at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio and a Glaucoma fellowship at the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford under the tutelage of the internationally renowned Dr. Kuldev Singh.
Needing a Glaucoma Specialist in Edmond, or Norman?
14701 N. Santa Fe
Edmond, OK 730131-888-323-3937
3151 W. Tecumseh Road, Suite 230
Norman, OK 730721-888-323-3937
Located in the Northwest Executive Park
How Will My Glaucoma Be Treated?
There is no cure for glaucoma. Vision lost to glaucoma cannot be restored. Early detection, through regular and comprehensive eye exams, is the key to protecting your vision from the effects of glaucoma, especially if you have a positive family history or other risk factors.
The Doctor will treat your glaucoma based on a variety of complex variables. Dr. Nguyen will use state of the art test to determine the best treatment option for your eyes.
Regular glaucoma check-ups may include two routine eye tests: tonometry and ophthalmoscopy.
The tonometry test measures the inner pressure of the eye. The doctor or technician will use a special device, called a tonometer, to measure the eye’s pressure.
Ophthalmoscopy examines the health of the inside of the eye, especially the optic nerve. Dilating drops will be instilled to allow the doctor a larger view of the inside of your eye.The drops will take 20-30 minutes to fully take effect. If the pressure in the eye is not in the normal range or if the optic nerve looks unusual, then one or more special tests may be recommended.
After the various test, Dr. Nguyen will prescribe glaucoma treatment which may include:
- Medicated eye drops
- Laser procedures
- Glaucoma surgical procedures
- Or a combination of treatment.
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The first step in creating better vision is to speak with an eye doctor. You can contact us through our website or give us a call at 1-888-323-3937