Approximately 1/1000 patients are diagnosed with Keratoconus. Dr. Rajesh Khanna, owner of the Khanna Institute and an experienced corneal expert, has announced that he is now offering a cure for Keratoconus utilizing Intacs ring segment implants. The diagnosis of Keratoconus can be a scary event for many people. Keratoconus can lead to blindness if not treated properly. If you have been diagnosed with Keratoconus then the book – “Cure For Keratoconus” is a must read. This book outlines everything a patient needs to know about Keratoconus vision correction options. Written by renowned ophthalmologist, Dr. Rajesh Khanna, it uncovers what causes the disease and how a patient can overcome its challenges.
Sometimes, the medical jargon creates more confusion than help. Add to that defensive medicine and you have people going blind. Yes a person with keratoconus eye disease can go blind if left untreated,. Insurances are not covering corneal cross linking. Some insurances are not willing to pay even for FDA approved Intacs. So you have to read the book to learn the true facts for yourself.