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Corneal Cross-Linking

Keratoconus is a condition that causes the cornea, the clear front part of the eye, to thin and bulge outward in a cone shape. Changing the shape of the cornea makes incoming light rays out of focus. As a result, vision is blurry and distorted, making daily tasks like reading or driving more difficult. People with Keratoconus may also experience increased light sensitivity, glare, itching and eye rubbing. As Keratoconus progresses, glasses and contact lenses may fail to satisfy visual needs.

At Keil Lasik Vision Center, our expert doctors can diagnose, treat, and manage Keratoconus.

Step 1: Consultation

Meet with our experienced team and see what treatment option is right for you. Consultations last about an hour and a half. Your eyes will be dilated. Bring your sunglasses! Contacts must be removed 3 full days before your appointment.

Step 2: Treatment

Our friendly staff and experienced doctors help you through your treatment and get you seeing more clearly in no time, less than 15 minutes to be exact. Expect to be in our office for 1.5 hours on treatment day. You will need a driver.

Step 3: Enjoy Freedom!

Follow-up schedules vary depending on the procedure type, but in general, you can expect to be seen in-office 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, and 3 months after your treatment. Return to your optometrist for annual exams after all follow-up visits.

Step 4. Lifetime Care

All our services come with a lifetime guarantee. In the rare occurrence that you need an adjustment, we provide free vision enhancements for life.*

*For details about our Lifetime guarantee call our office.