Can you do corneal transplant on a person with a prosthetic eye?

No. A prosthesic eye is a 'fake eye' that used to improve the appearance when the eye has no vision. A corneal transplant can't be performed on a prosthetic eye, but could be performed in the other eye if necessary, depending on the condition.

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What is a corneal transplant? Can it restore the eye sight of a person who is partially blind?

Yes, it can restore. vision, but it's a big procedure and needs to be done and managed by a corneal specialist who's familiar with doing the procedure and management. Post transplant care is important. Read more...

After a corneal transplant, does? The eye look normal?

Yes. You may be able to see stitches or the cornea transplant interface, but you have to use magnification or get really close up to the person's face to see it. Read more...
Yes. Yes. Although if someone looks very closely, they may be anole to see the sutures or scar between the new and old cornea. Read more...

If I were to get a corneal transplant would I be able to put a contact on that eye and have 20/20 vision?

Corneal transplant. This would be for keratoconus! the answer is yes but recovery from transplant is 3-6 months to get to the vision desired. Read more...
Don't get hopes up. Usually patients with corneal transplants do not see 20/20. First of all, recovery time is long. Secondly, stitches are usually left on the eye making contact lens fitting hard. I think you are going in with high expectations and need to think about meeting with your doctor about realistic goals and expectations. Read more...

Are there eye exercises that can be helpful after undergoing an eye corneal transplant surgery?

No. No. Corneal transplants can be full thickness and involve all layers of the cornea, or partial thickness and just involve the inner layer. Eye excersizes do not influence the success of corneal transplantation. The cornea is the clear window of the eye and has no muscles in it. Some patients who have had accommodating intraocular lenses use eye excersizes to strengthen their accommodative ability. Read more...
No. There really isn't much you can do after a cornea transplant to help you to heal other than take your prescribed eye drops and wait for your eye to heal. Depending on the type of cornea transplant that you have your surgeon may ask you to limit certain exercises and activity until it is deemed safe. Read more...
No. The best thing you can do if you have undergone a corneal transplant is use your eye drops as instructed and return for to your eye surgeon for regular follow ups as scheduled. Your doctor will also give you the warning signs that you should return for an earlier follow up. Read more...
Not Usually. There are not any specific eye exercises that we recommend to aid recovery after corneal transplant surgery. Read more...

I had corneal transplant 15 years ago, Doctors say eye looks good but never could be fitted with a contac lens to see so what can I do?

Check vision. Can your vision be improved with an eyeglass measurement and the provision of eyeglasses. If it cannot, then contact lenses will not be of benefit. Fitting a contact on a corneal transplant eye can be a little tricky but that might be the problem. Read more...