Irregular Cornea (example Keratoconus, Post Corneal Graft)
Keratoconus is a disease of the eye where a normally round cornea progressively thins and bulges like a cone. The change in the shape of the cornea brings light rays out of focus which then results in blurred and distorted vision.
It usually takes a few years for the disease to progress so early detection is key to prevent it from worsening.
He graduated from City University in London in 1993 with First Class Honors. He was then trained at the prestigious Moorfields Eye Hospital in London at their Contact Lens department as well as in the Low Vision Clinic, Glaucoma Clinic and Corneal Clinic.
He was the topnotcher of the Philippine Optometry Board Exams in 1996 and was awarded as the Most Outstanding Professional in the Field of Optometry in 2012. He is the only optometrist in the Philippines who is licensed to also practice in the United Kingdom.