• Will eyes go back to normal color after corneal transplant?


    Question:
    My husband had a corneal transplant and his eyes look slightly greyish or blue. Will it change back to his normal color?

    Answer:
    Scar tissue develops at the junction between the transplanted corneal tissue and the original cornea. Often, this often gives off a blueish/gray color. It is unlikely to change over time.

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