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

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.
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.
Not Usually. There are not any specific eye exercises that we recommend to aid recovery after corneal transplant surgery.
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.

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Should vision worsen after corneal transplant surgery?

Yes. Yes initially after transplant surgery your vision may be worse. Depending on the type fo transplant it may take anywhere from 3-12 months to recover. Read more...
Possibly . Vision may worsen after corneal surgery if the surgery is not successful. Uncorrected vision may also decrease until glasses or a contact lens can be fitted at 12 month after surgery. Ask your corneal surgeon to explain your current situation. Read more...

How reliable is a corneal transplant in correcting keratoconus? My doctor has told me that my keratoconus has gotten so bad that I need to have a corneal transplant. Surgery scares me because it is so invasive, and I worry that my body will reject the don

Corneal . Corneal transplantation is very sucsessful at restoring vision in keratoconus. In keratoconus there usually is not much vascularization (abnormal blood vessels) in the cornea. This results in a low risk of rejection reaction. Read more...
Corneal . Corneal collagen crosslinking is a treatment for keratoconus that can stop the progression of the disease, as well as improve the shape of the cornea and vision. Although it is not yet fda approved in the us - it is available as part of a clinical trial in more than 50 locations throughout the us - including a few sites in texas (where you are located per your profile). Most but not all keratoconus patients are eligible. Crosslinking is a safe treatment (a procedure rather than a surgery) that in most cases is performed just once. More information on crosslinking is available at the websites: http://www.Miamikeratoconus.Com http://www.Cxlusa.Com http://bmctoday.Net/advancedocularcare/pdfs/aoc0310_refsurgery_rubinfeld.Pdf http://www.Nkcf.Org/es/tratamiento/corneal-crosslinking/159-us-cxl-sites-2.Html please do not hesitate to contact me with any further questions william trattler, md miami, fl www.Centerforeyecare.Com. Read more...
Keratoconus. Corneal transplant success in keratoconus is better than 95% clear graft at 5 years. Risk of rejection is low and most episode can be treated. Read more...