Yes.  Intacs corneal implants are an FDA approved option for the keratoconus patient.  They are two small crescents of a contact lens-like material (PMMA) that are implanted on the outer edge of the cornea. One of the primary goals in Intacs in keratoconus is to make the eye again tolerant of contact lenses and to avoid corneal transplantation.

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