Ocular cosmetic alterations have been treated conservatively so far with contact lenses and aesthetic prostheses, and through different types of surgical interventions. Deformities, irregularities, defects (colobomas) or total absences of the iris (anhiridia) have been treated with intraocular implants (Ophtec, Morcher or Dr Schmidt). In...

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If it appears from the moment the eye acquires its final coloration we are talking about congenital heterochromia and may be of genetic origin or be associated with other diseases such as neurofibromatosis. It can also appear throughout life as a result of injuries or other...

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Specifically, different types of heterochromia are established in the iris, since it can be both total and partial. Iridium or complete heterochromia. So it is called when the iris of the eyes differ from each other. Iridis or partial heterochromia. The person has two different...

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Photoshop Software: One of the simplest yet most effective ways to transform the image of a person is changing the color of its eyes using Photoshop, in only 3 minutes, but only at photography level. Cosmetic contact lenses: The cosmetic or decorative contact lenses change the...

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Heterochromia : It is the case when both irises have different colors (full), or when in a single iris there are areas of different colors (partial or sectorial). It can be congenital or acquired. Congenital may be associated with Neurofibromatosis, Waardenburg syndrome or Claude Bernard -...

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