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What Happens if you have a Disfigured Eye?

We were referred a patient with an opacified cornea in the left eye from trauma as a child.

His eye is completely white and cannot see.

With a prosthetic contact lens (see image), it allows the eye to appear similar to the good eye.

His corneal shape and conjunctival shape is very irregular, so we are considering another soft prosthetic contact lens or a scleral cover shell.

Thank you Dr. Landin for your kind referral of this special patient to our office.

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