The cornea is a clear tissue that covers the front part of the eye and provides its structural support. It has a high concentration of water and is responsible for providing transparency to the eye. The cornea has three distinct layers: an outer layer of epithelium, a middle stroma layer, and an inner layer of endothelium. The cornea is also responsible for refracting light as it passes through the lens and into the vitreous humor. Cornea provides about two thirds of the refractive power of the eye.
Anterior segment OCT
Orbscan (Corneal Topography) - It is an ultimate diagnostic tool for corneal thickness and to diagnose keratoconus. A sensitive camera system is used in this machine to scan cornea.
Keratoconus Treatment - It is done with Collagen Cross Linking (C3R) procedure. We offer most advanced C3R system to treat keratoconus.
Corneal Opacity Treatment - We have keratoplasty services (Cornea Transplant)
Collagen Cross Linking (C3R)
FAQs - Keratoconus
Q1. What is keratoconus?
Keratoconus is a disease of the cornea, the clear tissue that covers the front of the eye. The disease causes the cornea to thin out .
Q2. What is the most common symptom of keratoconus?
The most common symptom of keratoconus is blurred vision. Other symptoms include: difficulty reading, having trouble with contacts, and headaches.
Q3. What is the treatment for keratoconus?
The treatment for keratoconus is C3R procedure. The C3R procedure is a procedure to augment corneal integrity with the help of a special solution and laser rays.
Q4. What precautions one should take after C3R procedure?
It is important to protect your eyes after C3R procedure. This includes wearing sunglasses or a hat when outdoors. Also, you should keep your eyes moist