Improved Quality of Vision & Early Detection of Keratoconus

Tuesday, January 13th, 2015, 1:05 am

Accessing the world wide web can improve our knowledge of many conditions including Keratoconus. There are several advancements in the treatment of Keratoconus but as with most conditions it is important to detect it early. This is the best time for treatment, with the best success. The importance of getting regular eye screenings can also help you to detect conditions like Keratoconus early to gain the advantage of possible treatments.

When you get regular screenings you are ensuring that you find conditions such as Keratoconus at an early enough stage to greatly improve your quality of vision and protect your eyes. In essence you are saying that your eyes matter to you. The progression of Keratoconus can be slowed greatly, even reversed in some cases. The benefits of the new advancements in treatments for Keratoconus are growing, and though they have been out for at least 10 years many are still showing more benefits today. Below are some of the new advanced treatments of Keratoconus. Take a look for yourself.

Treatments for Keratoconus:

 Glasses or contact lenses – Changing prescriptions frequently may be needed

 Intra Ocular Lenses – Visian ICL (insertable contact lens)

 CK

 Holcomb C3-R ® – strengthens the cornea and slows/stops progression of Keratoconus

 INTACS for Keratoconus

There is hope that you can have a better quality of vision despite what those websites, articles, doctors, or anyone else says. 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 before you go head on into the pack. After all it is your vision and your responsibility to ensure it lasts.

13yr old Keratoconus stablized with INTACS & Holcomb C3-R Cross-Linking

 

 


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Category: C3-R (cornea collagen crosslinking), Conductive Keratoplasty (CK), INTACS for Keratoconus, Keratoconus, keratoconus sufferers, Keratoconus Symptoms, Keratoconus Treatments, Living with Keratoconus, Uncategorized, Visian ICL


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