If you have Keratoconus then you have probably heard of a cornea
transplant as a treatment option. Your eye practitioner may have
even discussed it with you during your diagnosis. You may be newly
diagnosed with Keratoconus and concerned that you will need one
in the future, or in the process of the heart felt decision of going
ahead with one. A cornea graft or penetrating keratoplasty as it
it sometimes called is surgery where the diseased tissue of the
cornea is surgically removed and replaced with healthy donor tissue.
It is a very successful and common transplant that does not require
the same type of drugs to stop rejection as internal organ transplants.Normally
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on what you read, between 10 and 20% of people affected with Keratoconus
require transplants. It takes approximately a year for a transplant
to heal and in most cases contacts are still required to correct
vision. Transplants can last a life time or may last between 10
and 15 years. There is often misinformation regarding Keratoconus
and transplants. Transplants are not a certainty if you have Keratoconus.
Transplants are also not a cure for Keratoconus and bring their
own complications such as a long recuperation period, cornea weakness
and risk of rejection.. The main aim of a transplant is to restore
vision when contact lenses or less evasive surgical techniques have
failed. Many people with Keratoconus faced with a transplant have
no other surgical or contact lens options left and are seriously
visually impaired in the eye requiring transplant. It is often recommended
to get more than one doctors opinion before deciding on a transplant.
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and common questions
What is a cornea transplant and when should I have one.
Coneral Transplant prodecure ( pictures and explanations)
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What are risks to a transplant and rejection?
Tranplant Statistics ( Various countries)
What are the signs of rejection