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ARE YOU GOING BLIND FROM KERATOCONUS?

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  • Are you concerned about a cornea transplant and it’s complications?

    Did your doctor tell you that your only option is a “cornea transplant or you need to wait until your KERATOCONUS is bad enough to get one?

  • Does the thought of having a cornea transplant scare you?
  • Are you concerned about driving at night?
  • Do you feel hopeless and that there are no other options?
  • Are you experiencing glares or halos at night?
  • Have you ever felt depressed because of your vision?
  • Are you concerned you won’t pass the driver’s test at the DMV?
  • Did you go in for LASIK, but were surprised to find out you have Keratoconus?
  • Has your doctor NOT told you about other options such as Holcomb C3-R® and Intacs®?
  • Are you concerned about your Keratoconus getting worse in the future?

In contrast, if you answered YES to any of the above. You may be a candidate for our “modern day” Keratoconus Treatments that can change your life AND avoid you ever needing a cornea transplant.

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WHAT IS KERATOCONUS?

Keratoconus (also known as Pellucid) is a progressive non-inflammatory Eye Disorder that causes a characteristic thinning and cone-like steepening of the cornea. This steepening results in distortion of vision, increased sensitivity to glare and light and an associated reduction in visual acuity. These symptoms usually appear in the late teens and early twenties. 

Keratoconus may progress for 10-20 years and then can slow or even stabilize. Each eye can be affected differently. This can result in a dramatic decrease in the ability to see clearly even with corrective lenses.

(Note: as keratoconus and pellucid are the same disease process, any reference to “keratoconus” on this site also applies to “pellucid” as well.)  New research shows Keratoconus occurs in 1 in 500, here are some of the symptoms you may experience:

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KERATOCONUS SYMPTOMS
BLURRED VISION

Blurry vision in one eye or both eyes may be a symptom of Keratoconus, along with squinting, eye strain and headaches.

DOUBLE VISION

Double vision is the simultaneous perception of two images, usually overlapping, of a single scene or object. Which may also be a symptom of Keratoconus.

POOR NIGHT VISION

Poor night vision is a condition of Keratoconus that can cause night blindness, including: nearsightedness, or blurred vision when looking at faraway objects

FREQUENT EYE RUBBING

Frequent Eye Rubbing stimulates tears to flow, lubricating dry eyes and removing dust and other irritants that may be caused by Keratoconus.

GLARES OVER LIGHTS/HALOS

Halos are bright circles that surround a light source, like headlights. Glare is light that enters your eye and interferes with your vision.

FREQUENT PRESCRIPTIONS CHANGES

Frequent Changes in Eyeglasses or Contact Lenses Prescriptions is a common condition of Keratoconus that causes a clouding of the eye’s natural lens.

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BOXER WACHLER VISION INSTITUTE
KERATOCONUS TREATMENTS

HOLCOMB C3-R® Cross-Linking

(corneal collagen cross-linking riboflavin). Can strengthen the weak corneal structure.

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INTACS®

Intacs are micro-thin prescription inserts. Which were previously used as a form of refractive surgery in the treatment?

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CK™

Conductive Keratoplasty (CK).  Is a noninvasive procedure which utilizes radiofrequency energy to improve astigmatism.

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VISIAN ICL™

Visian ICL is an implantable contact lens. That can correct moderate to severe myopia, or moderate to severe nearsightedness.

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BLURRED VISION
Blurry vision in one eye or both eyes may be a symptom of Keratoconus, along with squinting, eye strain and headaches.
DOUBLE VISION
Double vision is the simultaneous perception of two images, usually overlapping, of a single scene or object. Which may also be a symptom of Keratoconus.
POOR NIGHT VISION
Poor night vision is a condition of Keratoconus that can cause night blindness, including: nearsightedness, or blurred vision when looking at faraway objects.
FREQUENT EYE RUBBING
Frequent Eye Rubbing stimulates tears to flow, lubricating dry eyes and removing dust and other irritants that may be caused by Keratoconus.
GLARES OVER LIGHTS/HALOS
Halos are bright circles that surround a light source, like headlights. Glare is light that enters your eye and interferes with your vision.
FREQUENT PRESCRIPTION CHANGES
Frequent Changes in Eyeglasses or Contact Lenses Prescriptions is a common condition of Keratoconus that causes a clouding of the eye’s natural lens.