Corneal Disease

Corneal Disease Treatment

Eye Care in Bermuda

The cornea is a critical component of the eye, responsible for focusing light rays on to the retina (at the back of the eye) to create a clear image that is then sent to the brain. At Eye Health Clinic Bermuda, we understand the devastating impact that corneal disease can have on your vision and quality of life. That’s why we offer advanced corneal disease treatment options tailored to your specific needs.

At Eye Health Clinic Bermuda, we understand that coping with corneal disease can be overwhelming and cause significant stress, leading to depression and anxiety. Our dedicated team of professionals will support and guide you through the treatment process to achieve the most effective results.

Don’t let corneal disease compromise your vision or quality of life. Contact Eye Health Clinic Bermuda today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards achieving optimal health outcomes.


What is corneal disease?

Corneal disease is a condition that affects the clear covering of the eye, blocking light from properly reaching the retina and creating a distorted or blurred image.

Corneal disease can be caused by a variety of factors, including tumours on the surface of the eye, corneal dystrophy, Fuchs’ Dystrophy, corneal abrasions or erosions, and keratitis (an infection of the cornea, often caused by contact-lens usage).

Symptoms of corneal disease may include eye redness, pain, blurry or distorted vision, light sensitivity, and tearing.

Advanced Treatment

At Eye Health Clinic Bermuda, we provide comprehensive eye examinations using advanced diagnostic tools to diagnose corneal disease accurately. Our experienced professionals will work with you to determine the best treatment options according to your individual needs.

We offer a range of advanced treatment options for corneal disease, including advanced microscopic surgery, corneal cross-linking, collagen cross-linking, stem-cell transplantation, and full corneal transplant. We tailor each treatment plan to the specific needs of our patients, enabling us to achieve optimal outcomes.