Corneal Transplant Surgery, Laura’s Story

Laura had always been self-conscious about her eyes. In her teens, she was diagnosed with an eye condition that left her struggling with poor, blurry and distorted vision. She had always worn glasses to help her see, but they never seemed to help much. She tried contact lenses but she was unable to see well no matter what type she tried.

Fuchs’ Dystrophy: One patient’s experience and the importance of choosing the right surgeon

Fuchs’ dystrophy is an eye disease that affects the cornea, the clear dome “window” at the front of the eye. The cornea helps to focus light and protect the eye. Fuchs’ dystrophy causes the cornea to become thick and can lead to major vision problems. Here’s one patient’s story and how she found relief with Dr. Berger and Bay Are Eye Institute.