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Keratoconus is a disease in which cornea starts expanding into a conical shape. When diagnosed early, C3R therapy helps in stabilizing it and in advanced stages, corneal transplantation techniques are helpful.


Keratoconus is a common bilateral corneal condition, occurring in more than 1 in 1000 people. The condition typically starts in adolescence or  early adulthood.


Frequent change of glasses

Blurring of vision

History of allergy or frequent itching

Seeing ghost images / halos / glare



How is it detected ?

Diagnosis can be made by an ophthalmologist on regular slit lamp examination especially if the disease is in advanced stages , but early keratoconus can be detected only on doing a corneal topography.


Treatment :


RGP contact lenses

C3R – Collagen Cross Linking


Phakic IOL

Corneal Transplant