Neoris Eyes – Safe and Permanent Eye Color Change

Changing the color of your eyes is easy with keratopigmentation!

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Keratopigmentation

Your eyes have their own language

The eyes are a reflection of the soul, windows into your emotions, and weapons of seduction. They express what is hidden away in the depths of your being. Listen to them, listen to yourself, and reveal their true color.

Your dream has become a reality with permanent eye color change

The strength of a radiant green, the poetry of a soft blue, the warmth of a golden honey and the radiance of your natural color. Do you dream of changing the color of your eyes? Neoris helps you make your dream come true…

Changing your eye color with Keratopigmentation

Neoris provides you with information and helps you find the professional of your choice to change the color of your eyes.

Our keratopigmentation platform connects you with the top surgeons in this specialty.

How can I change the color of my eyes?

Change the color of your eyes: who hasn’t dreamed of it? There are temporary methods to change the color of your eyes, such as wearing colored lenses or makeup tricks to enhance the color of your eyes, but the most durable and accurate method to change the color of your eyes is aesthetic annular keratopigmentation.

This method is safe, reliable and fast! In just one hour, you can have the eye color you’ve always wanted. You will no longer need to remove your colored lenses every day or feel the discomfort of wearing them, and you won’t risk getting a corneal infection from the lenses.

What your eye color says about you

“The deep blue of the ocean, the intense and precious green of an emerald, the warm and radiant golden honey, and the white to lighten your natural color”. People with brown or brown eyes are said to be friendly, loyal and trustworthy. People with green eyes are seductive, enterprising and mysterious, and people with hazel eyes are adventurous, independent and confident. And people with blue eyes are said to be very intelligent, generous and wise.

“The eyes are the mirror of the soul”. Our eyes convey strong emotions and their color says a lot about our personality. With Neoris keratopigmentation, you can finally change the color of your original eyes for blue, green or brown. You can also opt to lighten your natural color with white pigment.

Changing your eye color: aesthetics and well-being

Changing your eye color can improve your self-confidence, make you feel better about your body, and can help some people accept themselves and heal deep wounds. For example, some people are born with brown eyes, but everyone else in their family has blue eyes. This can make a person feel very different because they feel that they weren’t born with the same physical traits as the rest of their family.

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Learn More about Permanent Eye Color Change Surgery

Keratopigmentation is a groundbreaking surgical technique for permanent eye color change. This procedure, also known as corneal tattooing, uses specialized pigments to alter the color of the cornea. Unlike colored contact lenses, which require daily maintenance and can cause infections or discomfort, keratopigmentation provides a lasting solution with fewer complications. Patients seeking a permanent change in eye color for cosmetic purposes or to address iris defects and corneal opacities can benefit from this advanced procedure.

Done for cosmetic purposes, keratopigmentation offers numerous benefits:

  1. Permanent Eye Color Change: The pigmentation is permanent, eliminating the need for colored contact lenses, which can lead to infections and irritation.
  2. Natural Aesthetic Appearance: The procedure provides a natural-looking change, closely mimicking natural pigment variations in the iris.
  3. Enhanced Safety: Compared to contact lenses, keratopigmentation has a lower risk of infection, inflammation, and other complications.
  4. Convenience: Patients enjoy a permanent color change without the daily hassle of inserting and removing contact lenses.
  5. Boost in Confidence: The aesthetic enhancement can significantly improve a patient’s self-esteem and cosmetic appearance.

Keratopigmentation, or corneal tattooing, is done for cosmetic reasons: it only changes the appearance of the iris without altering vision.  Involves implanting pigments into the cornea to permanently change eye color. The eye tattooing process starts with a consultation with an ophthalmologist to assess eye health and desired color. A femtosecond laser creates micro-tunnels in the corneal stroma, where biocompatible pigments are injected. These pigments integrate with the corneal tissue, resulting in a natural-looking color change.

Learn more about femtosecond laser-assisted Keratopigmentation

This advanced color change procedure leverages precise laser technology and stable pigments to offer a safe, permanent solution for patients seeking to change their eye color without the risks and maintenance of colored contact lenses.

Neoris Eyes offers a variety of stunning eye colors through keratopigmentation, allowing patients to achieve their desired look. Our advanced surgical technique ensures a natural and permanent eye color change.

Here are the available eye colors:

  • Riviera Blue Eyes: Experience the captivating charm of Riviera Blue eyes.
  • Emerald Green Eyes: Emerald Green eyes offer a unique and enchanting look.
  • Honey Gold Eyes: Honey Gold eyes radiate warmth and elegance.
  • Snow White Eyes: Snow White eyes deliver a bold and distinctive look.

Choose Neoris Eyes for a safe, permanent solution to achieve your dream eye color. Consult with our experienced ophthalmologists to select the perfect shade for your new look.

The keratopigmentation surgical technique involves the following steps:

  1. Consultation with an Ophthalmologist: The surgeon, a skilled ophthalmologist, evaluates the patient’s eye health and discusses desired iris color changes.
  2. Local Anesthesia: Local anesthesia ensures comfort during the procedure.
  3. Corneal Stroma Pigmentation: Using a femtosecond laser, the surgeon creates corneal tunnels within the corneal stroma. Pigments, such as ink or dye, are then implanted to change the eye color.
  4. Post-Operative Care: Postoperative care is crucial to prevent complications like infection and inflammation. Follow-up visits monitor healing and pigmentation stability.

The cost of laser eye color change, or keratopigmentation, are around $12,000, although this number will change from clinic to clinic). This price includes preoperative consultations, the surgical procedure, and post-operative care. Patients should discuss all potential costs with their clinic to understand the full financial commitment. Financing options may also be available.

Yes, permanent eye color change procedures, such as keratopigmentation, are generally safe when performed by experienced surgeons. Clinical studies have shown that keratopigmentation, when done on a healthy cornea, poses minimal risks and are a safer alternative than wearing colored contact lenses everyday. However, like any surgical procedure, there are potential risks, including infection, inflammation, and vision loss

It is essential for patients to follow all pre- and post-operative instructions from their ophthalmologist and to choose a reputable clinic with experienced ophthalmologists and oculoplastic surgeons. The safety of the procedure is enhanced by advanced surgical techniques, such as the use of femtosecond lasers, and thorough patient evaluation and care.

When considering a change in eye color, patients have several options: keratopigmentation (cornea pigmentation), iris implants, and colored contact lenses. Each method offers distinct advantages and considerations in terms of permanence, safety, and aesthetic results.

  • Keratopigmentation: Provides a permanent and natural-looking change in eye color. It is less invasive than iris implants and offers a lower risk of infections compared to colored contact lenses. This procedure eliminates the need for daily maintenance, providing a hassle-free solution with fewer complications.
  • Iris Implants: Also offer a permanent solution but involve implanting an artificial iris inside the eye. This method is more invasive and comes with higher risks of severe complications such as retinal detachment, cataracts, and intraocular infections. It is suitable for those seeking a permanent change but willing to accept the higher risks associated with the procedure.
  • Iris laser depigmentation: An alternative to tattoing the cornea, iris laser depigmentation uses a laser to remove natural pigments from the iris, resulting in a lighter eye color. This method provides a permanent change and involves moderate risks, including potential changes in vision and intraocular pressure. The process is gradual, typically requiring multiple sessions (very costly) and usually yielding no results. .
  • Colored Contact Lenses: Allow for temporary and reversible changes in eye color, suitable for short-term cosmetic purposes. While non-invasive, they require continuous purchases and regular maintenance. Colored contact lenses can lead to eye infections, irritation, and reduced visual acuity if not used properly, making them less convenient and potentially harmful over time.

Choosing the right method depends on individual preferences, desired outcomes, and the willingness to accept potential risks and ongoing maintenance. Patients looking for keratopigmentation should consult with an ophthalmologist to determine the most suitable option for their needs.