For those with progressing keratoconus there is also now a surgical option that can stabilize the condition called corneal crosslinking; it is FDA approved. Corneal inlays have also been used by some surgeons to help make the eye more regular. In the most advanced cases of keratoconus a corneal transplant may be needed to maintain vision. Corneal crosslinking done soon enough should prevent that option.
Dr. Amundsen has three decades of experience managing the care of keratoconus. He is comfortable providing the full range in options for treatment of keratoconus, including all forms of contact lenses available, and when necessary, referral to the best surgeon to stabilize the condition. You can feel comfortable having him manage your care if you have keratoconus.