Monday, November 14, 2011

A laser can turn your brown eyes blue

Gregg Homer, Stroma Medical Company, based in California (USA) has developed a new laser technology that lets you change the color of brown eyes to blue . The new technology, in which Homer has worked a decade, called Lumineyes and has a drawback: once applied, there is no going back. The brown-eyed people have a pigment called melanin in the front of the iris. In people with blue eyes, this pigment is absent in front of the eye. Hence the treatment is based on Homer Gregg eliminate melanin front of the iris using laser . The procedure is completed in a record time of 20 seconds, although the blue takes a few weeks to appear. While so far there have been few human clinical trials, Homer is expected that the treatment could be available in three years in the U.S. , and in just a year and a half abroad. Medical Strome has conducted several surveys show that at least 17% of people with dark eyes the color change if the method is safe, effective and final.


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