Corneal tattooing is one of the most intriguing forms of body modification there is. There is no skin on the eye, so even imagining the idea of tattooing it seems hard to fathom. But artists have found a way and these tattooed eyeballs in this gallery are sure to impress. Sometimes the look is very subtle and sexy, other times it is dark and almost alien. Prepare to be amazed by this gallery of tattooed eyeballs. #Inked #Inkedmag #tattoo #art #eyeball #eye #ink #tattooed
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.”
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.
The eye is a remarkable organ, and the body makes a lot of effort to keep it clear. This Nature Outline: Corneal Repair, introduces the limbal stem cells that naturally regenerate the surface of the cornea and explores future research directions. Learn more: http://go.nature.com/2pfTb2x #Beautiful #Nature #Entertainment #Animal #Style #Tattoos #Funny #DIY