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Review of Optometry® > Fresh Ink. While corneal tattooing is relatively safe, some complications may occur, such as allergic reaction to the dyes used, secondary infection, delayed epithelialization, recurrent erosion, perforation and intrastromal hemorrhage if vessels are damaged. However, Dr. Aquavella says complications are “extremely rare in the hands of an experienced corneal surgeon.”

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As assustadoras obras 3D de Jerameel Lu

Segundo Jerameel, a parte mais difícil de fazer este tipo de arte é imitar sombra, espalhando-a uniformemente sobre a superfície do papel, de modo a criar o efeito de iluminação adequada.

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So though this article says the corneas are tattooed, it is really just the sclera. It's still just a bad idea, is permanent and opens up the patient to all kinds of possible complications.


Corneal tattooing is the practice of tattooing the cornea of the human eye. Reasons for this practice include improvement of cosmetic appearance(?) and the improvement of sight. Many different methods and procedures exist today, and there are varying opinions concerning the safety or success of this practice.