Details about Conductive Keratoplasty
Conductive keratoplasty (CK) is a non-laser refractive eye surgery designed to correct mild hyperopia and help people who are middle-aged or older to reduce their need for reading glasses.
It uses little heat from radio waves in order to shrink the collagen in area of the cornea. The collagen is a glue-like connective tissue. CK can be used to treat conditions like hyperopia, farsightedness and presbyopia or ageing eyes.
CK is performed on one eye in order to give sharper vision for images up close. The other eye is not treated. You will need coordinated vision in order to see properly at distances and clearly up close. Your eyes will continue to change as you grow older and you can have CK treatment anytime especially when your vision starts to worsen once more.
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