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Tint of Your Eyes

Artificial irises are not uncommon; they have been in use since 1966 but strictly for the medial purpose. Now they are being used for cosmetic purposes as well and that is where our interest sparks up. You can undergo this surgery if you just want to change your eye-color, you know, just for looking nice (or nicer!). Developed in the United States, Brightocular is an artificial iris implant made up of biocompatible, thin, flexible, colored medical grade silicone which would help you get the perfect tint for your eyes. Although these kinds of implants are mainly used to eliminate or alleviate ocular defects and diseases, it is extensively used nowadays purely for cosmetic purposes as well. Change your iris color permanently with this safe, non-toxic, thin prosthesis. You can choose from a wide range of colors starting from different shades of green like sea green, olive green, and turquoise green to shades of gray like smokey gray and ice gray. If you don’t want to go for something too outlandish baby blue and light brown can come under your consideration as well.

If you have fear of all things surgical, if you can’t stomach that smell of medicine and needles and scissors make you uncomfortable then worry not! This is a very safe surgery that takes only about 15 minutes for each eye. Performed under topical anesthesia, the implant is flexible so it is folded and inserted through a peripheral corneal surgical incision into the eye which is only 2.88 mm long which means you don’t need any corneal sutures for this. The procedure is absolutely painless and Brightocular uses class-100 strictly controlled environment for its production so you can absolutely sure about it not being harmful to your eyes at all. The technology used in Brightocular is the safest and the best among all the other options that are available to you.

Just in case you ever feel that you don’t want your prosthetic iris anymore you can also get it removed easily just by making another appointment. This particular procedure does nothing to any other aspects of your eyes so for example if you want to go through a LASIK you can very well do that too by keeping your eye color intact!