Implantable XEN

What is the xen® gel stent?

The XEN® Gel Stent is a surgical implant designed to lower high eye pressure in open-angle glaucoma patients where previous surgical treatment has failed and/or medications alone were insufficient (also known as refractory glaucoma).

A small device that can make a big difference.

This highly magnified view of the XEN® Gel Stent reveals that it’s a small tube that, when inserted into the eye, becomes soft and flexible. XEN® is designed to help lower eye pressure and was evaluated in a U.S. clinical study that established its safety and effectiveness.

How does the XEN® Gel Stent work?

The XEN® Gel Stent creates a small channel in the eye to drain fluid and help lower eye pressure. The XEN® Gel Stent is tiny—about the length of an eyelash—and it’s placed just under the conjunctiva, which is a clear membrane that covers the white of your eye.

How long does theXEN® Gel Stent last?

The XEN® Gel Stent is designed to stay in the eye permanently.

Will I be able to stop using eye drops?

You may or may not need to use glaucoma eye drops after the XEN® procedure. Your doctor will determine your need for eye drops after the XEN® procedure.

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