We are quite sure you have heard the words “Early Detection” what it means to you may be a bit different in each person’s eye. Looking at early detection from a positive place allows you to understand the underlined condition and be hopeful that they can treat it before it affects too many areas of your life. It also allows you to have more possibilities in the way of advanced Keratoconus treatments for the condition. Over the past decade doctors have been working diligently to provide you with a host of treatments to slow, and in some cases reverse damage caused by Keratoconus.
Those who are highest risk should be getting regular screenings at least yearly, to allow for early detection when it comes to diagnosing Keratoconus. Understanding the symptoms as well as the treatments that are available will improve your chances to save your vision in the future. Many families have shared in the treatment of this progressive condition and understand the importance of early detection. The improvements to the treatment of Keratoconus have truly given many thousands of patients back their life. It provides them a large beacon of hope for improvement in their vision in the present as well as the future. Take a look at the advancing treatments for Keratoconus and find out for yourself.
Treatments for Keratoconus:
- Glasses, contact lenses – Changing prescriptions
- Holcomb C3-R ® to strengthen the cornea and stop progression
- INTACS for Keratoconus to improve quality of vision
- CK to reduce astigmatism
- IOL’s or Intra Ocular Lenses – internal permanent maintenance-free contacts
The truth is the key to a better quality of vision is early detection, monitoring, and treatment assessment. Know what it is you are truly up against is important. After all it is your vision and your responsibility to ensure it lasts.
For more information on fixing your Keratoconus visit www.FixesYourKC.com
For more information about keratoconus visit the American Keratoconus Association
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