Treatment of Corneal External Diseases
Clemson Eye’s Dr. Justin Roman specializes in treatment of cornea external diseases. The cornea is the clear, outer surface of your eye responsible for focusing power. If a cornea is damaged, the light that enters the eye is distorted causing the image you see to be blurry. A cornea may become damaged in several ways, including injury, disease, infection or previous eye surgery. Sometimes damage to the cornea is mild enough that it may be repaired to restore vision. If not, a corneal transplant may be necessary.