Thanks for writing to us.
is a disorder of the cornea characterized by progressive thinning and ectasia which results in
defective vision. Contact lens
and Intra corneal rings help in refractive errors.
A new modality of treatment, based on collagen
crosslinking with the help of Ultraviolet A rays and the
phosphate is in practice ,which increases the strength of the layers of cornea by almost 300%. Case studies all over the world has shown,that an increase in corneal strength arrests the progression of KC. This is not the cure for KC but reduces the need for future corneal transplant.
However, in advanced KC 's where thickness is less than 350 microns, C3R is not possible, other surgical options like DALK can be done.
So get a corneal surgeons second opinion
to stop your progression of your KC. Hope this helps. Take care.