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See Our Eye Doctors In Jenks For Keratoconus Treatment

At Insight Eyecare Jenks, our eye doctors treat a diverse of ocular conditions, including keratoconus. This condition occurs when the natural dome-shaped cornea of the eye becomes irregular. Because of the cornea abnormality, it can obstruct vision. If you live in Jenks and you cannot see well, visit us right away for an eye exam and treatment. 

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An Overview of Keratoconus

Keratoconus is an eye disorder that impacts the cornea. The cornea plays a major role in how light can pass through the eye and focus onto the retina, a tissue that converts light into signals for the brain to interpret into images. If the cornea thins out and bulges into a cone-shape, vision will become distorted. 

A few people are at risk for keratoconus, including those with a family history of it, who rub their eyes aggressively, and have certain health conditions. 

This condition typically affects children and young adults, though, it is quite possible to get it if you are over the age of 30. There is no way to predict how keratoconus will advance since it can continue to affect a person for decades. Most people have this eye disorder in both eyes, but not the same severity. An eye exam can tell how severe your keratoconus is as well as what may the best treatment for it. 

How Can An Eye Doctor Treat Keratoconus?

Symptoms of keratoconus may not appear at first. As it progresses, you may have blurry vision, sensitivity to glare and bright lights, or cloudy vision. Fortunately, there are a few treatment options that our eye doctor can recommend to help reduce these symptoms. If you have a mild or moderate case, our eye doctors in Jenks can prescribe you with eyeglasses or contact lenses to improve your vision. If you have a severe case, we will refer you to an eye surgeon who can suggest Intacs, corneal cross-linking, or corneal transplant to help with your condition.

Contact Insight Eyecare Jenks Today to Make an Appointment

At Insight Eyecare Jenks, keratoconus is only one of the many conditions that we can treat. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you, then reach out to us to make an appointment with a member of our team.  Call 918-299-2020 today.

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