Keratoprosthesis

Keratoprosthesis is a surgical procedure that replaces a diseased cornea with a synthetic cornea. Keratoprosthesis is generally specified when a man has had at least one patron corneal transplant fail. More lately, a lower conspicuous, Non-entering fake cornea has been developed, which can be used in more common cases of corneal visual impairment. Unlike traditional corneal transplants, which use patron towel, the Keratoprosthesis procedure uses a fake cornea. The operation is used to restore vision in cases that have had their corneas oppressively damaged due to birth blights, infections, injuries, or poisons. Keratoprosthesis are clear plastic prosthetics with exceptional towel resistance and optic rates.


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