Corneal crosslinking approved for keratoconus

Posted by on May 25, 2016 in News

Corneal crosslinking approved for keratoconus

Comprehensive EyeCare of Central Ohio is pleased to announce that a major breakthrough in the treatment of keratoconus, a condition that thins the cornea causing it to bulge irregularly, has been approved by the FDA.  Corneal collagen crosslinking is an in-office procedure that strengthens the cornea to halt the progression of the bulging by using special eye drops that are activated within the corneal tissue by exposure to a certain wavelength of light....

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Do You Need Glasses To Read?

Posted by on Nov 2, 2015 in News

Do You Need Glasses To Read?

Dr. Kenneth Beckman of Comprehensive EyeCare of Central Ohio is conducting a clinical research study involving an investigational medical device designed to eliminate or reduce the need for reading glasses. To be eligible, you must meet the following criteria: Difficulty focusing on close objects, like reading material Good distance vision 45 – 60 years old No prior eye surgery No major medical conditions Participation includes: Study related exams and medication at no cost...

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