It's your bad for not knowing it's highly hereditary and that your children should all be tested by an ophthalmologist using a cornea topography instrument. K-conus cannot be cured but a riboflavin/special light treatment can often stabilize the cornea and keep it from going from a round shape to a pointed/cone shape. Other children should all be tested. Your Eye MD should be an ophthalmologist with subspecialty training in cornea disease.
Hello , keratoconous cannot be cured and yes it can be due to heridatary
It cannot be cured but however there are many options that can help to slow down the process of it becoming into a later stage of keratoconous , the good news is keratoconous does not deteriorate quickly, it’s over a period of many many years , she has a few options to help control her keratoconous
First option would be contact lenses , because her vision might be affected , you can seek a specialist for those speciality lenses , second would be glasses , she can use glasses to temporarily correct her astigmatism so that she can see clearer