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You can actually change your eye color permanently with the aid of a laser treatment. The difference is only with brown-eyed people is that the front layer of their eyes, which is known as Stroma, contains an abundance of melanin and pigment give skin and hair color. Now days’ permanent eye color change with laser is quite easy but make sure the precautions you should follow after the treatment to avoid critical issues.
Permanent eye color change procedure typically costs between $5,000 to $7,000. Eye surgeon unfolds a prosthetic iris and spreads it from top of the natural iris and it usually takes 5 to 10 minutes per eye but there are some risks include within it:
• Endothelial cell loss
• Ocular hypertension
• Chronic uveitis
• Deformed pupil and
• Alteration of cornea
Can we change eye color naturally?
In short no, you cannot change it completely because; pigment melanin determines your eye color and if any person has eyes with a lot of melanin will be naturally darker. There are lots of researches proves that eye color can change in rare cases due to injury or genetics.
Permanent eye color change procedure:
There are two ways to change eye color permanently first one is silicon iris implant and laser treatment.
Silicon Iris Implants:
In this procedure, coloured implants are inserted into the iris to get your specific colour. In previous days, metallic iris implants were used, but there will be some risk of chronic inflammation, glaucoma, and cataracts. Now days they have been replaced by silicone implants because, silicone implants seem to be better tolerated, they still carry the same risks. However, experimental surgery puts patients at high risk because the surgeons may or may not follow proper standards.
Laser Treatment procedure:
Now days’ laser procedure in trend and known as Stroma is being clinically tested and able to turn eyes from brown to blue. This laser procedure is not as-is to the LASIK procedure at all. LASIK procedure is FDA approved to change the size of cornea but doesn’t affect eye colour at all. It just simply focuses on improving poor vision. While, colour-changing procedure Stroma has not yet been FDA approved. While the procedure seems simple and it’s already raising various questions or doubts in the mind about the huge risks for causing more harm than good. Major potential risks that have been brought up about ocular damage, inflammation from removing the natural pigment from iris, greater sensitivity to light and glaucoma.
So, if you are going for colour change procedure then, must consult with your physician.
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