If you think you may have keratoconus or if you have been diagnosed with keratoconus, it is essential to book an appointment and to have consistent follow up appointments with your optometrist who will provide constant support and professional care. Below are useful questions and topics to discuss with your optometrist in order to maintain the best control of your eye health.
So you've been diagnosed with keratoconus. Now what? Understandably, you probably have many concerns.
The following section will help you prepare the kinds of questions that will enable you to understand your condition. (We have provided succinct general answers, with the understanding that your doctor will elaborate.)
Please note: No online section should be used (no matter the merits) as a substitute for professional advice from a trained optometrist or as a diagnostic guide to identifying diseases or eye conditions. This is merely a guideline to help you out.
There are many advanced medical options today which have helped many people achieve improved vision and allowed them to continue to enjoy life. These include corneal transplants, cross-linking, or the aid of specialized prescription lenses.
We hope that this section helps. There are many effective treatments today to treat and prevent the progression of keratoconus. Contact us to find out more and to schedule an eye exam.