Technological Advancements for Glaucoma Patients.

Monson Vision is now offering two FDA approved surgical advancements for Glaucoma Patients.

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Hydrus Microstent®

Help control your eye pressure and possibly reduce your need for medication with the Hydrus Microstent. Roughly the size of an eyelash, the highly flexible Hydrus Microstent is placed by a doctor using microscopic incisions and advanced equipment. This less invasive approach allows for fewer complications and faster healing times than traditional glaucoma surgery.

  • 77 % of Hydrus Microstent patients saw a significant reduction in eye pressure
  • 77% of Hydrus Microstent patients were drop-free at 2 years
  • A Schlemm canal microstent for intraocular pressure reduction in primary open-angle glaucoma and cataract
  • Designed For Optimal Performance
  • Target-Free Delivery

Hydrus Microstent helps reduce eye pressure in 3 ways:

The Hydrus Microstent was designed to enhance fluid outflow in multiple ways to help patients to reduce eye pressure. Enhancing outflow.

Hydrus Microstent is placed in Schlemm’s canal, a part of the drainage system of the eye. Fluid then flows along the canal (via the Hydrus Microstent) and into the eye’s natural outflow channel to reduce eye pressure. Expanding the eye’s natural fluid pathway.

Hydrus Microstent spans approximately 90 degrees within the eye. This coverage ensures that fluid reaches the eye’s drainage system, which carries fluid from Schlemm’s canal to the body’s circulatory system to reduce eye pressure reliably.
Engineered to reduce eye pressure.

OMNI Surgical System®

Meet the next generation OMNI® Surgical System. With the OMNI® Surgical System, you can perform two implant-free procedures targeting three points of resistance with one intelligent device.

  • Trabecular meshwork trabeculotomy
  • Schlemm’s canal canaloplasty
  • Collector channels canaloplasty


One MIGS Device, Two Implant-Free Procedures, Three Points Of Resistance.

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Two procedures in one intelligently designed device.

Canaloplasty: With its unique implant-free approach, the OMNI® Surgical System lets you access Schlemm’s canal with the microcatheter through a single clear corneal incision. Intelligently engineered with an internal reservoir delivering a controlled amount of viscoelastic fluid.

Trabeculotomy: To address the trabecular meshwork as a point of resistance within the conventional outflow pathway, the OMNI® Surgical System lets you perform a trabeculotomy according to your surgical plan.

Hydrus Microstent® Results

  • 77% of Hydrus Microstent patients saw a significant reduction in eye pressure
  • 78% of all Hydrus Microstent patients were drop-free at 2 years

OMNI® Results

  • 28% reduction in IOP from baseline
  • 38% of patients were Medication-Free
  • Study results show that surgical system decreases IOP in patients with POAG

Learn more about Hydrus Microstent®

Learn more about OMNI®

Your Vision Team

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Dr. Monson is a world-class refractive surgeon who comes to Northern Utah with years of experience in performing specialized ocular surgical operation procedures. Every year, thousands of people choose him for their vision correction procedures because of his expertise,
experience, and the care he puts into his work. Monson Vision has more than five decades of combined experience in advanced ophthalmology surgery and premier care.
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HSA Facts

  • The 2020 contribution limit is $3,550 for individuals, $7,100 for families
  • An HSA is only available to participants with a high-deductible health care plan
  • Funds allocated to an HSA become available as they are deposited into the account
  • Unused funds roll over year to year, continuing to earn interest

FSA Facts

  • The 2020 contribution limit is $2,750
  • An FSA must be sponsored by your employer; self-employed individuals are not eligible
  • An employee’s yearly FSA allocation is available on the first day of the plan year, regardless of contributions made to date
  • Use it or lose it – any money left in an FSA will be forfeited at the end of that year’s plan, though some plans do provide a short grace period that may allow you to carry over some funds into the next year. Check with your employer to see if your plan allows for a grace period