Modern corneal transplantation techniques involve the replacement of the specific diseased layer in the cornea.
The cornea is the transparent front part of the eye. Here, at Barrada Eye Center, we liken the cornea to the glass casing on a prestigious Swiss watch. In order to be able to see the dials, that glass casing must remain transparent and crystal clear.
If the cornea loses its transparency for any reason, light will not be able to enter the eye and vision will drop. Corneal opacification could result from a large number of diseases, and fortunately all these diseases could be cured through corneal transplantation.