Encouraging Early Detection of Keratoconus

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013, 12:56 am

Knowing your family history is an important step in early detection, and early treatment of Keratoconus. Understanding and knowing how progressed your condition is will help determine how aggressive your treatment needs to be. Finding the symptoms, signs, and your family history can help keep a better quality of vision throughout your life.

Taking care of your vision is not just important to you but it is important to your family as well. Making sure that you are comfortable and can talk with your eye care professional should be at the top of your list when locating the right doctor. Below are a few tips that can help you with developing a sound treatment plan for your Keratoconus and your life.

It is also important that you report all your symptoms and family history to your eye care professionals. They can help you with the diagnosis of several conditions before they compromise the quality of your vision.

Below are a few reasons to get early treatment for Keratoconus:

 Early Detection can improve your chances of treatment
 Early Detection can slow the progression of Keratoconus by getting treatment early
 Early Detection can save/preserve your vision
 Early Detection can give you more treatment options for Keratoconus

The doctors are a very important part of your treatment but so are you! Ensuring that you assist in your own treatment plan will improve your chances of a successful recovery.

Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler is an expert in Keratoconus Treatments.  He developed alternatives to cornea transplant.  Since 1999 he has helped most patients avoid the painful cornea transplant with treatment options such as INTACS and Holcomb C3-R® (cornea collagen crosslinking).

Patients fly in from around the world every week to have these Keratoconus treatments with Dr. Brian.

Watch a free Webinar and learn more about treatment options for Keratoconus: www.KeratoconusInserts.com/fix

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