What is keratoconus?

Commonly known as ‘KC’, keratoconus can result in significant visual impairment.

What is cross-linking?

Corneal cross-linking is a minimally invasive outpatient procedure used to treat progressive keratoconus.

Keratoconus Journeys

“Baseball has been a part of my DNA since I could pick up a bat. This surgery…has given me kind of a second chance at being able to do things at a level I never thought I would be able to do.”
– Chris H., broadcaster for the Mississippi Braves

Limits Progression of Keratoconus

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The iLink® cross-linking procedure is the first and only therapeutic treatment that stiffens the cornea to slow the progression of keratoconus.

What is


Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease in which the normally round cornea thins and begins to bulge into a cone-like shape, causing distorted vision.

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What is Cross-Linking?

Corneal collagen cross-linking is a minimaly invasive outpatient procedure to slow or halt the progression of keratoconus.

Is Cross-Linking
Right for Me?

If you are suffering from progressive keratoconus, corneal cross-linking may be right for you.

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"Corneal cross-linking provides patients a much-needed option to treat this debilitating disease. Patients suffering from progressive keratoconus can now receive a therapeutic treatment that has been rigorously tested and approved."


Mary Prudden, Executive Director for the National Keratoconus Foundation

"Keratoconus, when left untreated, can result in significant deterioration of vision, and may lead to multiple corneal transplants, with the potential to adversely affect patients' quality of life."


Rajesh Rajpal, MD, See Clearly Vision, McLean, VA

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