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Question by  zorgin (12)

What causes a wrinkle in the cornea?


Answer by  meridian (466)

It can be caused by an allergic reaction, or as a result of a surgery such as laser eye surgery or cataract surgery. If it is an allergic reaction, it will probably go away on its own. However, it is best to consult with an ophthalmologist for any problems that affect vision.


Answer by  srainne (2597)

Corneal wrinkles are usually caused by swelling due to injury, lasik surgery or contacts that don't fit well. However, during lasik surgery, they make a "corneal flap" and flip the cornea over on itself. This causes folds sometimes. Regardless, it's usually just a temporary affect, but people have had to have them surgically removed if they affect the vision.


Answer by  Binome (1975)

A wrinkle in the cornea is most often caused by ill-fitting contact lenses. The slight misshape tugs ever-so-slightly at the cornea, causing it to be pulled out of position. LASIK surgery can also occasionally cause a cornea wrinkle.


Answer by  sweet (29)

The cornea does not get wrinkled. It is the outermost covering of the fleshy part of the center of the eye and in the center most is the iris. The cornea is like a film, opaque and transparent.


Answer by  twintech48 (46)

the causes of wrinkles in the cornea are tension and depression. because it effects the sensitive tissues of our skin. And one of the most important cause of wrinkles is to use different kind of face masks and beauty treatment.

posted by Anonymous
That answer is absurd. Face mask chemicals have nothing to do with the surface of the eye  add a comment
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