Our two fellowship trained corneal specialists to perform a variety of corneal procedures. Some of the more common ones include:
Removing a certain diameter of full thickness corneal tissue and replacing with transplanted donor corneal tissue.
Removing the inner layers of diseased corneal tissue and replacing with healthy donor tissue.
Gently removing the top layer of the diseased corneal tissue away and smoothing the cornea.
Using a laser to correct astigmatism and reduce dependency on glasses or contact lenses.
Removing fleshy tissue growth that grows over the cornea via a method called conjunctival autograft. This procedure can commonly reduce pterygium recurrences.