What is Keratoconus Vision Like?

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The cornea is your eye’s first line of defense. It is the dome-shaped, transparent, protective barrier at the front of the eye that provides protection against foreign invaders, including pathogens, dirt, and other potentially detrimental things. As the window into the rest of the eye, the cornea also helps focus incoming light to allow good […]

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Can Keratoconus Be Fixed?

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Keratoconus is defined as a condition in which the cornea changes shape and thickness to bludge outward into a cone shape. It can cause vision impairment and other permanent damage if it is not properly treated in a timely manner. No one cause has been identified to induce keratoconus, but there are a few risk […]

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How Quick Can Keratoconus Progress?

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Keratoconus is an eye disorder that affects the shape and thickness of your cornea. Patients with keratoconus often have a cone-like corneal shape that causes various vision problems, including blurry vision. It usually affects both eyes, though, for some patients, it may only affect one eye. The condition can progress slowly for ten years or […]

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