While most people resort to color contact lenses to change their color, an American surgeon has given a permanent way to change the color of the human eye. This surgery called “Artificial Artificial Implant” involves inserting a thin medical silicone implant to change the appearance of the iris. This surgery is provided by Dr. Kenneth Rosenthal.
Permanent change of eye color!
This artificial iris implant can be used for beauty, but it can also treat some diseases, such as heterochromia, a pigmentation disease that causes a person with two different eyes.
In some cases, this surgery can also be used to revitalize vision. For example, in 2011, it was used to treat a 17 years old boy who had been somewhat blind when he was born due to the lack of congenital iris. After this treatment, the patient achieved close vision.
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* In people with the following problems, artificial iris planting is performed and many of the problems in these patients, such as light sensitivity and reduced vision after surgery, are resolved.
* Eye color correction in people with two eyes of two different colors (Heterochromia)
* Treatment for patients with Ocular Albinism * Treatment for those who do not have iris (Aniridia)
* Treatment for people who have had a rash after irritation
* Severe iris irritation
* Non-congenital part of the iris or coloboma
* Cystic and Multilayer iris (Iridoschisis)
* Beauty application of synthetic iris implantation (permanent permanent color change)
A permanent change in eye color is another of the uses of artificial iris that has a beautiful aspect. Artificial iris is available in a variety of colors, and the surgeon puts the patient’s color in the eye. This color change is permanent, but if there is a need for an artificial iris to go out for any reason, this is easily possible.
The purpose of this is not to refine refractive errors, and if the patient used eye glasses or lenses to correct his vision prior to surgery, they would still need them after the surgery. Of course, you can correct myopia, camera and astigmatism before or after the artificial iris, using a laser, and permanent permanent color changes are not an obstacle to such actions.
Available colors! These irises are available in green, blue, gray and honey colors, and people can choose their color from the available colors with the brochure. This surgery involves a 2.8 mm incision in the cornea and inserting a flattened implant into it. After the implant is inserted into the eye, it returns in its original form and can be placed in its position.
Although this surgery is safe, some patients have eye infections that are allergic to light and inflammation. However, the company says that if it’s a problem for the patient, it’s easy to remove these implants.
This artificial iris implant can be used for beauty, but it can also cure some diseases, such as heterochromia, a pigmentation disease that causes a person with two different eyes. Planting this implant takes 15 to 20 minutes for each eye, and this procedure is performed under local anesthetic.
Choosing the right person for this practice is very important and those who want to do this surgery should be thoroughly examined by the ophthalmologist and examined in the following:
* Determine eye score and refractive error * Internal pressure of the eye
* Determine the depth of the anterior chamber of the eye
* Determine the thickness of the cornea
* Determine the anterior chamber angle
* Retinal examination
* Determine the axial direction of the eye * Endothelial cell count and Specular microscopy (in patients over 40 years of age) Possible complications of this surgery include:
infection, increased intraocular pressure, iris inflammation, corneal swelling, which can be controlled with medication. It should be noted that increased intraocular pressure or glaucoma is the most common and most serious complication of artificial iris. In such cases, an artificial iris may need to be removed from the eye. Uncomfortable feeling is normal for up to 24 hours after surgery, but severe pain should be immediately reported to the surgeon.