New to Keratoconus? Finding the right contact lens fitter... Living in the USA with keratoconus? If you are newly diagnosed, or have been diagnosed for a while, one of the most important tasks is to find the right contact lens fitter for you. Keratoconus is quite rare (1 in 500 have it) , not every … Continue reading keratoconus- finding the right contact lens fitter in the USA
Normality or Keratoconus? Why not both? Most of the time I like to pretend that I am normal but a few facts give me away: I have never met anyone with eyesight worse than mine I can drive a car but will rarely do so after dark I know from memory the first 3 lines … Continue reading Keratoconus- my story by Clare, UK, CXL & more
THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING By Central Ohio Lions Eye Bank USA Organ donation is an act we hear a lot about on a regular basis. But eye donation? Not so much. Donating one’s organs (hearts, kidneys, livers, etc.) can save numerous lives. #Myth: Only organs like the heart, kidney and liver can be … Continue reading ORGAN DONATION- the gift of sight
Hello everyone, My name is Leonie, I’m a 23 year old Dutch lady and I have Keratoconus. They found out I have this eye disease when I was about 12. I had been wearing sclerals for almost 3 years, when I was 15 I had to get my first corneal transplant or graft. When I … Continue reading Keratoconus- my story by Leonie
Great news folks- KCGB member Amy Musto is doing a skydive to raise funds for the only UK Keratoconus charity http://www.keratoconus-group.org.uk/ In February 2013 Amy was diagnosed with Keratoconus after noticing a significant change in her eyesight over a short period of time. Luckily the condition had been caught before it became too aggressive and Amy … Continue reading Keratoconus SKY DIVE! Raising funds for http://www.keratoconus-group.org.uk/
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Intacs Intacs is the trademark name for micro-thin implantable intracorneal ring inserts - a procedure used to improve mild myopia, also studied to determine its usefulness in reducing hyperopia, astigmatism and helping improve vision for those with keratoconus. They are an alternative to laser surgery, and are tiny, crescent-shaped prescription devices made of plastic polymer … Continue reading What are Intacs for keratoconus?