While it is true that you could easily change the color of your eyes with color contacts, many people are searching for better and more natural looking methods to do so. The most important aspect here remains the safety of such alternatives since the risk of damaging vision is high.
A new product has been invented by an internationally renowned ophthalmic surgeon, Dr. Delary Alberto Kahn, known as NewColorIris. This is a silicon disk, which is introduced in the eye over the iris to obtain whatever eye color you wish. The colored silicon disk is implanted into the eye through microsurgery under topical anesthesia. The results are stunningly natural. In fact, only an ophthalmologist would be able to detect the difference.
Dr. Kahn and his team have researched and tested this method extensively before offering it as a solution to permanent eye color change, and the testimonies of thousands of happy patients confirm that this is an amazingly simple and effective process.
Things You'll Need
- Pathology tests
The First Steps
Contact Kahn Medical Hospital in Panama city (Kahnmedical.com/newiris/index.php?option=com_contact&task=view&contact_id=1&Itemid=30) to obtain the list of pathology tests required.
Take the prescribed tests and obtain the results. These tests are meant to rule out ocular pathologies and gather information about corneal health, eye pressure and anterior chamber depth among other parameters. The examination needs to be done by a qualified and recognized ophthalmologist.
Obtain an appointment for the surgery, once you receive the approval from Kahn Medical Hospital that you are eligible for the procedure. Get your money together. The procedure costs about $7,500. NewIris advertises this as a source for funding Newcoloriris.com/payment.html. Add to this cost your travel and stay expenses.
Contact a travel agency and plan your trip to Panama City. Get hotel reservations. Though the hospital provides extensive assistance to all its patients, hotel reservations would be an added plus if you have family traveling with you, as hospital accommodations might be expensive.
Allow for the 1 week required for full recovery to pass and then go out to see the city and the world with new eyes, literally.