Neoris corneal pigmentation partially blocks the passage of our laser to the iris, so some of the energy will be applied to the cornea, with uncertain (most likely negative) effects. In case the pigment is removed, it would have to be evaluated in a personalized way if it was withdrawn in sufficient quantity so that it does not obstruct our laser.

However, Neoris corneal pigmentation can be performed after the Yeux Clairs procedure as the pigments are placed in the cornea, well in front of the iris.