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Keratoconus and Astigmatism
Ophthalmologist Andrew E. Holzman offers treatment for keratoconus and the astigmatism it can cause.
Corneal Cross-linking for Keratoconus FAQs
Corneal cross-linking is an FDA-approved keratoconus treatment. Our eye care team answers some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about CXL.
Intacs® vs. Corneal Cross-Linking: Advanced Keratoconus Treatments
Dr. Andrew Holzman offers the most advanced treatment options for keratoconus and can explain the difference between Intacs® and corneal cross-linking.
Corneal Cross-linking Strengthens the Cornea
For those who are candidates, corneal cross-linking can strengthen the cornea, prevent vision loss, and allow patients to avoid corneal transplant surgery.
Keratoconus: Knowing the Symptoms Can Help Your Vision
Keratoconus is a condition in which the eye is oblong instead of round, the result of a bulging cornea.
What Is Keratoconus? TLC Charlottesville, Virginia
My doctor says that I have keratoconus and that LASIK and PRK are not a good option for me because of the keratoconus. What us…
Corneal Crosslinking and Intacs for Keratoconus
Corneal collagen cross-linking is a refractive surgery technique which uses UV light and a photosensitizer to strengthen the chemical bonds in the cornea. The main…
Drs. Andrew Holzman and Jon Solomon Present Lecture on Keratoconus Treatment Options
With the upcoming availability of corneal cross-linking, there are now more treatment options available for those with keratoconus. At the TLC Tysons Corner Continuing Education…
Corneal Cross-linking gets second orphan drug status approval
Dr. Holzman will be one of the principal investigators in a clinical study for corneal cross-linking which means that we will be able to help…
Corneal Collagen Cross-linking and IntacsÂ® in the Treatment of Keratoconus
The development of the corneal collagen cross-linking procedure represents a huge advance in the industry that will allow thousands more people to see clearly.