If you answered YES to any of the above, you may be a candidate for “modern day” Keratoconus procedures that can change your life AND avoid you ever needing a cornea transplant.
It may have been many years that you have suffered from Keratoconus. Some people think it is too good to be true that something now can be done. This website WILL provide you with hope that there are other treatments. Therefore, you can regain what you’ve lost – just like thousands of our patients. And now you can too. There IS hope!
First of all, even if a cornea transplant is successful, many people are unhappy with the results because of high astigmatism which can defeat the purpose of having a cornea transplant in the first place. Furthermore, high nearsightedness can also occur.
Furthermore, if you had a cornea transplant, then you likely already know this and it can make wearing a full glasses prescription impossible or contact lens fitting very difficult. In these situations, people are not any better off than before the cornea transplant.
First of all, the goal is to help improve your quality of vision with less powerful glasses or contact lens prescriptions. In some cases patients find their vision is so dramatically improved that they rarely need glasses or contacts.
Dr. Brian is an expert with tremendous experience using his specialized PRK laser to treat astigmatism and nearsightedness after a cornea transplant, which can dramatically improve your vision and can give you back a high quality of life again. People fly in from all over the United States and other countries for Dr. Brian to perform PRK after a cornea transplant.
Many out-of-town patients would like Dr. Brian to do a complimentary review of their medical records and make a preliminary determination of candidacy regarding PRK after your cornea transplant. This is useful before planning a trip to Los Angeles. These are the steps:
Boxer Wachler Vision Institute
Keratoconus Record Review
465 N. Roxbury Drive, Suite 902
Los Angeles, CA 90210
Or you can scan your records and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Brian’s Keratoconus specialist will contact you to discuss the review.