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Intralase-Keratoplasty (corneal transplantation with laser) Corneal transplantation (keratoplasty), the ultimate solution of some corneal diseases, can now be done with the aid of a laser. The cornea is the transparent layer located at the forefront of the eye, and is the region where the optical refraction is provided most. Diseases that distort corneal transparency and shape are therefore directly distracting to see near and far. These diseases can be acquired later or sometimes are born. Congenital stains, deformities of the cornea sometimes require corneal change in the early stages of life. Another common cause of corneal transplantation is eye trauma. Corneal deformity called keratoconus is quite common in some of the patients who were diagnosed as early onset eyeglasses as early onset of youth. These patients report with constantly increasing eye numbers and less vision complaints. It can make it impossible for the cornea to function and become corneal transient in the coming periods. In the standard cornea operations performed so far, the patient was taken as a whole and the donor cornea was replaced. Today, with the development of femtosecond laser (intralase) technology, every kind of incision in the cornea has become possible. The use of Intralase technology was first initiated in the treatment of laser myopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism. It seems that these surgeries allow for a very reliable and uncomplicated construction. When the same technology is used for corneal transplantation, only the diseased part of the cornea is separated and again, it is possible to transmit the tissue through the donor cornea. Intralase Keratoplastide is a healthy - the greatest advantage of patient tissue differentiation is that the possibility of organ rejection is almost non-existent. As with all organ transplant surgery, organ transplantation can later disappear when the cornea is transplanted. Another advantage of lasers is that corneal stitches are taken shorter and the duration of drug use is shorter than the standard procedure. Laser-guided corneal transplantation can be done completely under local anesthesia and is protected from the risks of general anesthesia.

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