Is Eye Color Surgery the New Fad? Interest Soars as Doctors Warn of Permanent Risks

January 12, 2024

Close up of an eye.

(USA Today) – Eye color change procedures, none of which are FDA-approved, carry with them risks that include severe light sensitivity, glaucoma, cataracts, corneal disease, vision loss and blindness. Side effects may manifest shortly after a procedure or take years to develop. In many cases, people become depressed as they navigate these consequences, eye doctors told USA TODAY. (Read More)