Blindness could keep a Fort Worth man from getting a face transplant.
News 8 first introduced you to Dallas Wiens last year. He lost his face when he was burned by a live electrical wire.
Wiens has undergone several surgeries, but still can't see out of his right eye.
The Cleveland Clinic won't consider blind patients for a face transplant because they are unable to inspect their face daily for signs of rejection.
The only other U.S. medical center to have performed the groundbreaking surgery — Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston — is considering Wiens as a candidate.