COVID-19 PROTOCOL: In accordance with CDC guidelines, masks that cover your nose and chin are to be worn at all times while in our office. We have opened our waiting rooms back up and are offering curbside check-in for your convenience. We will continue to ask screening questions at check in and are limiting persons in our office to just the scheduled patient, unless medically necessary.
Complications associated with corneal transplants (PK & DSEK) include, but are not limited to, infection, bleeding, cataract formation, glaucoma, detachment or swelling of the retina and graft rejection or failure. Most of these conditions are treatable, and you will be closely monitored after surgery for them. In some cases, corneal transplants may be rejected. Rejections occur about 5 to 30 percent of the time. If this happens, the cornea will cloud and vision will worsen. However, a second corneal transplant procedure can be performed. Unfortunately, the rejection rate increases for repeat corneal transplants.
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