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What is eye color change therapy?

All eyes are fundamentally the same with the difference being that brown eyes have a layer of pigment on the surface that covers the blue iris. By eliminating the brown melanin, or pigmentation, the eye would appear blue. Our doctor will asses your eye channels for pigment clearing / optic movement and various functions to calculate specific wavelength of the laser-as every patient is different due to melanin pigments and genetics. Then during each session, the laser will disrupt the brown pigments in the eye. In every human, there is a section that keeps our iris moist and this liquid continually be discharged thru vein like channels. Disrupted microscopic particles clears in time thru these channels. Laser won't effects the underlayer located in the substratum which gives the colour of blue-green-grey-hazel to the eye. This procedure has been developed and invented to adjusting the eye colour of the patients who has heterochromia or who has a different tone of colour in their eyes. Due to there are no side effects to vision, usage as cosmetic therapy is deemed appropriate.

How does it work?

Under every brown eye is a blue or green eye. A thin layer of brown pigment coats the front surface of the iris of the eye. Our device uses a low-energy laser to raise and lower the temperature of this layer of dark pigment several times. This action signals the body to digest the pigment as debris. Scavenger cells called “macrophages” digest the pigment into the iris and eliminate it through the bloodstream. This process takes up to four weeks, and the result is a natural blue or green eye. The technology can also reduce the density of the pigment, resulting in a lighter brown eye.

Is there any risks?

The results of our clinical studies confirm that our procedure is safe and effective. There is no risks because this is not a surgery and laser therapy will be applied to the iris by specialist doctors which it is colored part of the eye. Also we will do all necessary tests before the therapy. We use most advanced microscopic Lumineyes laser technique in the world to change the color of the iris.Therefore, it is safe, efficient and results are completely natural. However be aware that there are several fake clinics with fake doctors performing laser color change therapy to get results faster via burning the pigments, which may cause permanent vision problems like glaucoma, even blindness.

I’ve read that the this type of procedures could cause elevated eye pressure, which could lead to pigmentary glaucoma. Is this true?

The condition, known as “pigmentary dispersion syndrome,” arises from abrasion of the pigment of the iris epithelium, located at the back of the iris. This pigment is much thicker than the pigment on the front of the iris, and the abrasion causes this thicker pigment to be dislodged in relatively large pieces. These pieces travel to the front edge of the iris, where they become trapped in the drainage system of the eye called the trabecular meshwork, thereby reducing fluid outflow and increasing the pressure within the eye (intraocular pressure or “IOP”). It is believed that this increase in IOP can lead to glaucoma, a condition that over time can produce permanent loss of vision.
In our Laser Eye Color Change procedure, the pigment layer covering the front of the iris is far thinner than the pigment layer at the rear of the iris. In addition, the pigment is removed by the natural tissue elimination process initiated by laser exposure, rather than by direct abrasion. Finally, this elimination process digests the pigment into the iris and eliminates it through the blood stream, so it never has a chance to become trapped in the trabecular meshwork.

How many days will it take?

Each day 1 session can be performed. 10 Session per visit, with 2 months intervals to Istanbul to have color change procedure is recommended. The one must know that some thick layered patients may need more therapy to get full color change.

Will the this procedure affect my vision?

Our laser treats only the iris. It does not enter the pupil or treat any portion of the inside of the eye, which is where important components of vision are located. Which means our laser will not affect your vision.

When will i see the results?

First of all it is not an instant result procedure and there is no therapy or laser can change eye color instantly without damaging the eye but we hear that there are several fake clinics burning pigments to get instant results. Color change in the eye varies from patient to patient but in general after 3-4 sessions you will see that your eye color begins to change. Total color change may take 4 months when you finish your 30 sessions.

Is Laser Eye Color Change Procedure painful?

No, it is painless because there will be no surgical intervention. But some itchness may occur after procedure. To prevent any side effect we will prescribe you all necessarry eye drops/medications.

Is Laser Eye Color Change Procedure permanent?

Yes it is a permanent procedure and can not be reversed. That's why the one should think thoroughly about getting it.

Can i choose my eye color?

Our Laser technology is designed to remove the pigment that makes your eye black, brown, or hazel and reveal your natural underlying hue—blue or green. We cannot change your natural underlying hue. Thats why you can not choose the color. But depends on our patients its usually blue. Green is the hardest color to get.

Can I see before-and-after photos of the previous patients?

We had many patients from all over the world but it is forbidden to share any information or data due to confidentiality of the patient information according to laws forced by Turkish Ministry of Health. We only shared several sample photos from our patients with their consent to give you an idea, that how it will look after you complete your sessions.

When can I go back to work?

You can go back to your life without any home rest. There will be no changes in your life except the comments of your friends and relatives about your eye color.

I had laser surgery previously like Lasik etc. Can i get this therapy?

Yes you can have laser eye color change therapy after 6 months of your laser surgery.

What about iris implants, such as those offered by BrightOcular and NewColorIris?

Some physicians change iris color from dark to light by implanting a light colored prosthetic iris on top of your own dark iris. This procedure creates an unnatural appearance because in order to cover the dark iris, the iris implant must be opaque, and light eyes are not naturally opaque. Dark irises are opaque because they are covered in a thin layer of pigment. Light irises, by contrast, are translucent because visible light enter the iris, is scattered by the fibers, and emerges as blue or green light.
More importantly, the procedure is extremely painful and dangerous. In fact, roughly 50% of iris implant patients have the implants removed within 48 hours after the procedure.
Finally, those who are able to tolerate these implants for a longer period of time develop severe ophthalmic complications, including elevated intraocular pressure, glaucoma, permanent corneal clouding and swelling, bleeding inside the eye, and severe inflammation inside the eye. In many cases, these injuries cause permanent vision loss or impairment. Many scientific ophthalmology articles have documented these horrific complications.

Can anyone undergo Eye Color Change procedure?

The people who is older than 18 are suitable for this therapy but the people who has anything listed below can not have this therapy; People who have "BDD" Body Dysmorphic Disorder (continuously finding flaws with their physical appearance), People who had laser eye surgery earlier than 6 months, Who have uncontrolled diabetes, Who has glaucoma, Who have iridocyclitis-uveitis, Who have intense rheumatism, Who have unknown systemic disease, Who is psychologically unstable On going medication users for their eyes.

Who will perform the procedure?

Prodecure will be performed by Our Opthalmologist Surgeon in private hospital conditions. He is one of the first and most experienced surgeon who performs Laser Eye Color Change Procedure in Turkey. He has more than 15 years of experience with more than 5000 laser surgeries, 2000 Cataract, IOL, Keratokonus, CrossLinking and various eye surgeries.