Posts Tagged ‘Keratoconus Specialist’

Do you have Keratoconus?
Are You Tired of Your Hard Contact Lenses?

Friday, March 1st, 2013

This May be an alternative! Do you wear Hard contact lens for your vision correction? Searching for the right option to help you see without pain and discomfort? INTACS could be the answer. Since 1999 there has been several improvements in the way Keratoconus istreated. The use of hard contact lens could be a thing […]

Encouraging Early Detection of Keratoconus

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

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 […]

Boxer Wachler Reviews by Keratoconus Patients

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Boxer Wachler Reviews are giving positive hope to those with Keratoconus Perhaps one of the best ways to understand what can be expected is to listen to a wide-range of patient experiences and Boxer Wachler reviews help provide comfort in having these keratoconus treatments. Of course it is overwhelming to have any procedure performed on […]

Family History of Keratoconus

Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Keratoconus is a progressive condition and can be a debilitating if left untreated. Watching your family members go through it can make you feel helpless and useless in some experiences. You probably have many questions on the condition after watching your family members go through their treatments. In past years their were limited treatments for […]

3 Tips for Finding a Keratoconus Specialist

Sunday, January 1st, 2012

Keratoconus Patient Researching treatments of Keratoconus is no different than researching any other condition. First you must fully understand the condition before you can go any further. There are several places that will give you the perfect technical terminology for Keratoconus. But the truth is you probably don’t want to hear all that. Looking for […]