If you’re looking for a solution to your hyperopia, also known as farsightedness, LASIK eye surgery may be the best path for you. The team of doctors at Specialty Eye Institute offer innovative hyperopia treatments to clients in Michigan and Ohio. LASIK eye surgery and other treatment options can deliver exceptional results. Give our team a call by phone at (877) 852-8463 to request an appointment.
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What is Hyperopia?
Hyperopia is being able to see objects that are of further distance better than objects that are near. This can be caused by the cornea of the eye being too short or unable to focus correctly. The cornea and the lens focus light that comes into the eye directly on the retina and sends the image to the brain. With hyperopia, the image lands behind the retina, which results in blurry vision.
Symptoms of hyperopia include:
- Having a hard time focusing on close objects
- Blurred vision
- Frequent headaches
- Constantly straining eyes
- Fatigue after doing a task such as reading
A hyperopia diagnosis can be given by an ophthalmologist or eye doctor after a routine eye exam. Eye doctors test for hyperopia by having patients read a chart from across a room. If the doctor suspects hyperopia, a retinoscope analyzes how light reflects off the retina. After a hyperopia diagnosis is given, our staff will determine the correct prescription or treatment to improve your vision.
LASIK Surgery for Farsightedness or Hyperopia
LASIK for farsightedness is most effective when the cause of the hyperopia is due to a misshapen cornea. LASIK can reshape the cornea to enable light to properly focus on the retina instead of behind. Our team of ophthalmologists and doctors offer hyperopia treatments to clients in areas such as Ann Arbor, Jackson, Toledo, Battle Creek, and Kalamazoo. LASIK eye surgery can help patients with farsightedness see clearer and oftentimes no longer need glasses or contacts. Give our staff a call at (877) 852-8463 to request an appointment with our doctors.
Eye Care Solutions
Specialty Eye Institute offers the newest technological advancements such as the IntraLase Method to provide the best treatment options possible. Here is how LASIK eye surgery is performed at Specialty Eye Institute.
- The IntraLase Method uses lasers to create a corneal flap
- The cornea is reshaped
- The corneal flap is secured into place
By using the IntraLase Method, the ophthalmologists at Specialty Eye Institute can provide outstanding results more safely and comfortably than ever before.
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Alternatives to LASIK Eye Surgery
LASIK is not always the best treatment plan for hyperopia. Your eye doctor might recommend an alternative to LASIK, such as:
- Prescription eyeglasses and contacts
- Refractive eye surgery
Refractive Lens Exchange Surgery
If LASIK eye surgery is not right for you, there are alternative treatments available for hyperopia. Refractive lens exchange surgery can be a great alternative to LASIK for farsightedness. The natural lens in the eye is replaced by an intraocular lens to provide clearer, sharper eyesight and less reliance on glasses and contacts. Our ophthalmologists and doctors offer refractive lens exchange surgery and treatments in your area. Our team is committed to helping you discover ways to improve your vision.
Refractive lens exchange can fit any type of farsightedness and is a great alternative for those with:
- Age-related farsightedness, or presbyopia
- Extreme refractive vision issues
- Abnormally shaped cornea where LASIK is not beneficial
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When you’re ready to leave the glasses and contacts behind, contact the experts at Specialty Eye Institute. We offer exceptional LASIK eye surgery options for farsightedness or hyperopia in areas such as Lansing, Jackson, Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Toledo, and Kalamazoo. Our ophthalmologists will work with you to provide the best treatments for hyperopia. See what we can do for your vision. Give our team a call by phone at (877) 852-8463 or request an appointment online to learn more about eye care solutions for hyperopia.