INTACS for Keratoconus

INTACS Procedure for Keratoconus

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

The Intacs procedure is a non-laser procedure that corrects mild to moderate nearsightedness. The clear inserts made to reshape the cornea and improve vision are made from the same material used in contact lenses and cataract surgery. The FDA- approved procedure cannot be seen when placed below the surface of the cornea. The Intacs procedure…  read more

Protecting Your Eyes: Keratoconus, Early Detection & Keratoconus Treatment

Wednesday, May 31st, 2017

For those who have mastered the World Wide Web getting new information on Keratoconus treatment is relatively easy. Knowledge is one of the best ways to help save your eyes for the often devastating news of a Keratoconus diagnosis. As we are sure you’ve heard many say that early detection is key in Keratoconus treatment,…  read more

Helping Keratoconus Sufferers: Discovering INTACS

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

No one enjoys the getting a diagnosis of Keratoconus. However with careful considerations you can still preserve your vision or even stop the progression of Keratoconus. INTACS have been approved by the FDA for use in treatment of Keratoconus. INTACS are small inserts that are placed under the cornea to correct the natural curvature of…  read more

The Effects of Keratoconus

Tuesday, April 12th, 2016

A diagnosis of Keratoconus can not only effect the person with the condition physically but it can effect them on an emotional level as well. Keratoconus often leads to progressive loss of vision. Slowly over time patients no longer obtain functional vision in glasses and as the disease progresses they often lose the ability to…  read more

What You Should Know About Keratoconus Treatment

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015

Keratoconus is a progressive condition that can severely change the patient’s quality of vision over time. As with many conditions if it is caught early it can be maintained giving the patient a well improved quality of vision improving the overall vision and reducing the symptoms. Generally the condition progresses slowly but if you have…  read more

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