What Is a Corneal Transplant?
When an injury or disease damages your cornea, a corneal transplant may be able to restore or dramatically improve your vision. A corneal transplant is an outpatient procedure. Most corneal transplants have a favourable outcome, and success rates are rising as techniques and training methods improve.
The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped surface of the front of the eye. The cornea along with the following helps protec..... Read More >>
5 tips to keep your eyes healthy at any age…
At Jain Eye Hospital & LASER Centre, we believe that your eyesight is your most precious sense. Unfortunately, it’s also the sense that deteriorates most noticeably with age and the sense we miss most acutely when it starts to fail. While there are restorative procedures such as cataract surgery and LASIK eye surgery that we perform in our Greenville office, there are also preventative measures that you can take right now to protect your e..... Read More >>
4 Questions You should Ask Your LASIK Surgeon ??
If you are considering LASIK or laser vision correction, these are
the four critical questions you will want to ask your LASIK surgeon during the pre-operative exam. They are all yes or no questions and if the answer is not an easy “yes” or “no,” you may be getting the run around. Read More >>
What To Look For Before Your Next Eye Care Exam ?
Many serious eye conditions have almost no early warning signs, making regular, thorough eye care exams essential.
Regular eye care exams is especially important if you are over 40, since your risk of developing a number of eye and vision problems increases as you age
However, there are some signals ..... Read More >>
DSEK - sutureless corneal transplant
Descemet's Stripping Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSEK)
The cornea is the clear, living tissue on the very front part of the eye. Light passes through the clear cornea on its path toward the retina in the back part of the eye. A healthy, clear cornea is necessary for perfectly clear vision. Sometimes, the cornea is referred to as the"window" to the eye. Occasionally, either through disease or injury, the corneal..... Read More >>