Conductive Keratoplasty Can Improve Your Vision Without Removing Tissue
Conductive keratoplasty uses low energy radio waves to reshape the cornea without removing any tissue. It does not involve a scalpel or laser and can usually be completed in under five minutes.
The uses for conductive keratoplasty are plentiful, and treatment has been approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) to correct presbyopia, mild hyperopia, astigmatism, corneal trauma, and keratoconus. Conductive keratoplasty is also recognized as a follow-up treatment after LASIK in the case of overcorrection.