A doctor has recorded the tense moment he surgically implanted a platinum piece of jewellery into a patient's eyeball.
Emil Chynn filmed himself performing the nail-biting procedure, which required the insertion of a 3mm-by-4mm-wide platinum heart into the patient's eyeball, at Park Avenue LASEK Surgery, New York.
The five-minute procedure is said to be rather pain-free and takes only three days to heal after the conjunctiva seals.
After three days the patient can't feel the less-than 1mm thick jewel, as it is carefully smoothened, polished and curved to conform to the natural shape of the eye.
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