HOW TO CHANGE EYE COLOR?
A high scale and quality organization that delivers a safe and advanced eye color changing procedure to its patients. We safely apply a low energy laser beam to the iris and alter the density of pigments resulting in natural color change in the eye. We apply professional and have applied this procedure safely and successfully to hundreds of patients delivering perfectly natural and satisfactory color change.
DESCRIBING THE PROCESS
As the patient comfortably sits in front of our laser device, we perform the application to each eye taking less than 2 minutes per eye. During the process, patient focuses on a small animation as we apply a low energy laser beam changing the density of the pigment resulting in natural color change.
It is impossible and unsafe to completely change the color of the eye immediately in one session. Low energy laser beam is applied on the iris over multiple sessions to finally get to the desired eye color. Multiple sessions may be required depending on the original pigment density, iris response, and desired eye color. Sessions will be scheduled by us after the examination and patient will be informed about all the details before the procedure starts.
HOW DOES THE EYE COLOR CHANGING PROCESS WORK?
Eye color is determined by the density of the pigment (melanin) within the iris tissue. With the application of a low energy laser beam, density of the pigment changes and results in color change. As the patient comfortably sits just before the laser device, the application is performed taking less than 2 minutes per eye. The patients natural eye color is permanently changed, so there is no longer a need for realistic colored contacts.
WHAT ARE THE AVAILABLE EYE COLORS WITH THIS PROCESS?
Currently, this technology is only used to achieve lighter colors for dark colored eyes. Going through the entire process, the dark brown eye goes to brown, light brown, hazel, green, blue, and gray.
IS THE PROCEDURE PAINFUL?
The procedure is completely painless. It is a safe, non-invasive, out-patient procedure.
IS THIS PROCEDURE A TYPE OF SURGICAL INTERVENTION?
No. This process is not a surgical process. It is a non-invasive out-patient procedure and the patient is dismissed as soon as the procedure is completed. No incisions and injections of any kind is performed. There is none to minimal contact with the patient's eye. There are no restrictions after the procedure. Patients can freely continue their regular day to day activities after the procedure.
HOW MANY SESSIONS DOES IT TAKE TO ACHIEVE THE DESIRED COLOR CHANGE?
Number of sessions required depends on the patient’s original eye color (pigment density) and the color desired.
HOW LONG DOES A SESSION TAKE?
It takes less than 10 minutes per eye.
HOW FREQUENT CAN SESSIONS BE?
The frequency of the sessions depend on the patient’s eye. Typically patients can have a session applied every other day.
WHAT DOES IT FEEL LIKE AFTER THE PROCEDURE?
This is an out-patient procedure where patients are dismissed right away and continue their day to day activities after the procedure. Some patients feel a very minor sensitivity to light for up to an hour. This sensitivity can be avoided by using a simple over the counter eye drop.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I AM ELIGIBLE FOR THE PROCEDURE?
If you and your family dont have gloakoma, you can have this procedur.
I HAVE A REFRACTIVE ERROR (MYOPI, HYPEROPIA, ASTIGMATISM). CAN I STILL HAVE THE PROCEDURE?
Yes. Refractive errors are completely unrelated to the color change procedure.
DOES THE COLOR CHANGE PROCEDURE EFFECT MY VISION?
No. There is no effect on vision.