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Is it possible to change eye colors without contacts or corneal surgery?

Is it possible to change eye colors without contacts or corneal surgery?

Not safely: There is at least one person in another country that I have heard of who puts in iris implants for purely cosmetic reasons, but there a lot of complications associated with this. ...Read more

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Please explain if it is possible to change eye colors with-out contacts or corneal surgery?

Please explain if it is possible to change eye colors with-out contacts or corneal surgery?

Yes: Certain eye drops can cause permanent darkening of the eyes, but they are rarely, if ever, prescribed for this purpose. Colored contacts are the easiest way to change the appearance of your eyes. ...Read more

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Could corneal surgery correct my astigmatism in my right eye?

Could corneal surgery correct my astigmatism in my right eye?

Maybe: Laser eye surgery can be done to correct astigmatism, if the astigmatism is located in your cornea and is what eye doctors call regular astigmatism. You would need to go for a consultation plus testing to find out for sure. ...Read more

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Can corneal surgery correct my astigmatism?

Can corneal surgery correct my astigmatism?

Yes.: The advancement in corneal surgery with the use of laser assistance has become more precise as time moves on. Measurements are taken of your corneal curvature and thickness prior to laser assisted surgery that is directed to correcting both spherical (myopic or hyperopic) and astigmatic refractive errors that one may have. The most common laser assisted corneal surgery is lasik. ...Read more

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Ulcerated cornea/surgery on eye. What can I expect?

Ulcerated cornea/surgery on eye. What can I expect?

What surgery: This is definitely something that needs to be seen to determine the diagnosis and appropriate treatment. If the ulcer is so deep that there is a risk of penetrating the eye then a surgical procedure is necessary. ...Read more

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I have poor eyesight of about -7, and my cornea thickness is 535. What should I do to cure my eyes? Any treatment or surgery?

I have poor eyesight of about -7, and my cornea thickness is 535. What should I do to cure my eyes? Any treatment or surgery?

No Disease: You are a 7 diopter myope and i assume that yiur vision is correctable to normal levels with glasses. Your options include wearing glasses, wearing contact lenses or refractive surgery. Your cornea is of normal thickness and should not impose a deterrent to refractive surgery. ...Read more

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Could an eye surgery such as a cornea transplant cause a lazy eye?

Could an eye surgery such as a cornea transplant cause a lazy eye?

No: The transplant itself doesn't cause a 'lazy eye.' lazy eye has many meanings, but to an eye doctor it means an eye that doesn't see well because the input to the brain never developed during the childhood years. Often, it is associated with a 'wandering' eye, but not always. You may have limited vision after cornea transplant, but it does not cause a lazy eye. ...Read more