Bullous keratopathy is the medical term for swelling of the cornea in the front of the eye that can follow eye surgery. This can cause decreased vision, sensitivity to light, or pain.
Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD to learn more about this problem and some potential treatment options.
For more information about DSEK and DMEK, watch this episode of A State of Sight: https://youtu.be/5r7FEvwWDHU
LASIK and other forms of laser vision correction are great procedures for the patients who qualify. We frequently hear from our patients how happy they are to see the world naturally without correction from glasses or contact lenses.
In this episode of A State of Sight, Isaac Porter, MD explains a few of the benefits of LASIK and PRK. Watch to learn more!
Epidemic keratoconjunctivitis (EKC) is a severe type of conjunctivitis (pink eye) that can cause corneal inflammation. This usually occurs a week or two after the onset of the infection and may cause decreased vision.
Beyond artificial tears, medicated drops and ointments, and pills, there are other ways to make the eyes more comfortable from dry eye syndrome. Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD to learn more about these natural treatments.