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The Wilmer Eye Institute collaborates with the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center to help patients with various eye conditions regain or save their eyesight through cornea transplantation.

 
 

Why Choose Johns Hopkins Cornea Transplant Program?

Our multidisciplinary program provides innovative approaches to saving vision through cornea transplantation. Learn what makes our program unique.

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Multidisciplinary Team

Our surgeons of different disciplines collaborate to handle complex cornea cases. They provide comprehensive rehabilitation for patients with severely damaged corneas.

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Innovative Treatment

We provide advanced treatments for all types of damaged corneas by combining clinical care with an assortment of corneal transplants. Our program also conducts clinical trials for the latest advancements in cornea treatments.

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Advanced Research

Many of our corneal surgeons are also researchers who continue to enhance the field of cornea transplantation. Our specialists are currently exploring the use of artificial corneas in transplantation.

 
 
 

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Refer a patient for corneal transplantation by contacting us.
 

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We perform cornea transplants at the Robert H. & Clarice Smith Building located in the Maurice Bendann Surgical Pavilion.

 
 
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