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Category Archives: Keratoconus

  • February 11, 2020

    Got eye problems in your twenties? Here’s how you can treat it

    Got eye problems in your twenties? Here’s how you can treat it

    C3-R treatment to strengthen the cornea The prior section in this website explained the cause of corneal weakening in keratoconus. Until recently, there was no method to change the integrity and strength of the cornea itself for keratoconus patients. A non-invasive treatment C3-R (corneal collagen cross-linking with riboflavin) treatment has been proven to strengthen the...

  • December 3, 2019

    Got eye problems in your twenties? Is it Keratoconus?

    Got eye problems in your twenties? Is it Keratoconus?

    What is Keratoconus? Keratoconus is a progressive disease of the cornea affecting young adults mostly in their twenties. It is characterized by progressive thinning of the normally round cornea causing it to bulge forward and assume a cone like shape .This irregularity in the cornea results in the formation of distorted images of objects on...

  • December 2, 2019

    Is Lasik the right treatment for Keratoconus?

    Is Lasik the right treatment for Keratoconus?

    We see through the cornea which is clear, central part of the front surface of our eyes. The cornea is dome shaped but is not strong enough to hold on to the shape and it bulges out like a cone. This condition is called keratoconus. What causes Keratoconus? Our eyes contain tiny fibers of protein...

  • November 30, 2019

    Reversible Corneal Implants in 10 Minutes!

    Reversible Corneal Implants in 10 Minutes!

    INTACS Corneal implants for the treatment of de-centered Keratoconus or pellucid like kerato metry patterns. A ring inserted through a tiny opening made in the surface of the cornea. Dr. Niteen Dedhia’s talk on corneal implants Simple, 10-minute outpatient procedure Marked improvement in vision Removable and exchangeable Minimally invasive as compared to corneal transplantation Delays...