Collagen crosslinking has transformed the outlook for patients with keratoconus. In this summary article Eyesite surgeon Simon Levy explains its importance and why it should be done soon after keratoconus is diagnosed.
Read a detailed description of the causes and symptoms of Keratoconus and transformative new treatments such as collagen crosslinking, Intacs, topography-guided laser surgery and partial cornea transplantation.
For Fuchs, ‘no-suture’ cornea transplantation is far better than the traditional method and was done first in the UK by Eyesite’s eye surgeon Dr Simon Levy. Read this article for information on Fuchs and how the new operation works.
Cornea transplantation has been transformed by ‘partial’ and ‘no-suture’ technologies that are safer and better than older methods. Read Eyesite’s detailed description of the new techniques and how they improve the outcome of surgery.
Eyesite surgeon Dr Simon Levy performs cornea tattoos to hide unsightly white scars on the cornea. This article shows how cornea tattoos improve the cosmetic appearance of cornea scars.
Some cornea injuries just never seem to heal! Recurrent erosions are a common problem and cause considerable inconvenience or worse. Read about Eyesite’s treatment pathway and how it can help you.
Pterygium is a growth of white-coloured tissue over the cornea, the clear ‘front window’ of the eye. Pterygia are often red and unsightly and may damage your vision. Eyesite specialist Simon Levy performs pterygium removal surgery with a low recurrence rate.