Glaucoma – Testing and Treatment at SeePort

Evaluation and Diagnosis of Glaucoma at SeePort

Slide the images to see the difference between a healthy eye and an eye diagnosed with glaucoma.

**All of these images were captured at SeePort with our incredible technology.  Visit our technology page to learn more about our instruments.  

Fundus Photography – Images of the back of the eye and optic nerve.

This helps Dr. Hicks to document the changes in the eye over time.
Slide to see the difference between a healthy eye and an eye with glaucoma.
Healthy Optic NerveOptic Nerve G

Visual Field – Designed to detect vision loss

A test where the patient responds to visual cues, reporting to Dr. Hicks any deficiencies in their vision.  
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Healthy VFVF

OCT – Laser Imaging of the Retina

The OCT provides data to detect abnormal tissues and structure in the back of the eye.

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Additional Testing for Diagnosis and Treatment

Gonioscopy –  Dr. Hicks places a lens on the eye to evaluate the structures of the eye.  This gives him additional information to determine a diagnosis.  
Pachyemetry – Dr. Hicks or SeePort staff use an instrument that measures the thickness of the cornea.  
Inter ocular Pressure Check – Glaucoma is usually accompanied by high pressure within eye, causing tissue damage and loss of vision.   We do not have the “puff test” in our office, so do not worry about that!  



Dr. Hicks welcomes all referrals and transfers of care from physicians to SeePort Optometry.  If you would like to contact Dr. Hicks directly, please email  

Glaucoma is a group of eye disorders leading to progressive damage to the optic nerve, and is characterized by loss of nerve tissue resulting in loss of vision. The optic nerve is a bundle of about one million individual nerve fibers and transmits the visual signals from the eye to the brain.  Please follow this link to read all about glaucoma, risk factors and definitions.  


Slide the image to see what it looks like through the eyes of an advanced glaucoma patient

Healthy Vision GAffected Vision G

Glaucoma testing and treatment is generally covered by your medical insurance plan.  If you do not have medical coverage or are covered by a plan we do not accept, we have designed a Solution.  Visit our SeePort Solutions page to learn more about spreading out the cost of glaucoma testing and treatment over the course of a year with automatic payments.  

Click to discover the Glaucoma Solution