Best Keratoconus Treatment in Patna, Bihar | Laxmi Netralaya

Keratoconus Treatment

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What is Keratoconus?

Keratoconus is a condition where the cornea, which normally has a dome shape, begins to bulge outwards and take on a cone-like structure. The cornea contains a special protein fiber called collagen that helps it maintain its shape. When these collagen fibers weaken, the cornea loses its structural integrity and begins to bulge outwards. People with lower levels of antioxidants in their cornea are more susceptible to this condition, as the antioxidants protect the collagen fibers from harmful byproducts. When these protective levels are low, the cornea can become weakened and develop a cone-like shape. It could be your vision threats to your vision don’t get delayed in consulting expertized Eye doctor Patna & Arrah.

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If you feel the vision imbalance, it might be Keratoconus. Consult an ophthalmologist by taking your appointment.
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Common Benefits of
Keratoconus Treatment Includes

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Improve corneal shape

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Improve quality of vision

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Strengthens cornea

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Stabilize disease progression

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Vision restoration

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Avoid corneal transplant

Our Services

Keratoconus Treatment

Cornea collagen crosslinking

Cornea collagen crosslinking (CXL) is a procedure that strengthens the cornea by creating new bonds between the collagen fibers. This can help prevent further damage and progression of keratoconus. Intacs is another procedure that involves placing tiny curved implants in the cornea to help reshape it and improve vision. Intacs may be used in combination with CXL or on its own, depending on the severity of the keratoconus. While many patients may experience improved vision after these procedures, some may still need to wear glasses or contact lenses for optimal visual acuity.

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