Glaucoma can't be cured. But there are things you can do to help stop more damage to the optic nerve. To help keep your vision from getting worse, you'll probably need to use medicine (most likely eyedrops) every day. You may also need laser treatment or
surgery. You'll also need regular checkups with your eye doctor.
If you have vision loss, you can keep your quality of life. You can use vision aids, such as large-print items and special
video systems, to help you cope with reduced eyesight. Support groups and counseling can also help you deal with vision loss.