Collagen Cross Linking

Collagen Cross-Linking is a breakthrough, minimally invasive treatment that can halt the progression of keratoconus, a progressive thinning of the cornea.

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DMEK & DSEK

DMEK and DSEK are partial thickness corneal transplants that only replace the diseased layers of the cornea, leaving the healthy layers untouched and intact.

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FLEK

Femtosecond Laser Enabled Keratoplasty (FLEK) is the most dramatic breakthrough seen in corneal transplant surgery in the past decade. The traditional blade used during surgery is replaced with an ultra-precise laser that has numerous advantages.

Fuchs Dystrophy

Fuchs Dystrophy is an inherited eye condition that affects the innermost layer of your cornea, slowly clouding vision over time. It can affect people to varying degrees and treatments can range from eye drops to corneal transplants.

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