what is Hyperopia?
Hyperopia, or farsightedness, is the decreased ability to see objects that are close up. This is often caused by the unique shape of the eyeball or cornea. If the eyeball is compressed, it decreases the contour of the eye, causing issues with how light enters the lens. And if the cornea is too flat, light can't focus on the retina properly. People with hyperopia usually have trouble with close-up activities, such as reading, writing, or using a computer. The most common signs of hyperopia include the inability to see near objects clearly, eyestrain, and headaches. Fortunately, there are a few different ways to manage hyperopia. At Baton Rouge Eye Physicians, our professional eye care team can diagnose your hyperopia and discuss all of your treatment options. Arrange an appointment at our Baton Rouge, LA office for a complete vision exam with one of our seasoned ophthalmologists today.
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diagnosis and Treatments for hyperopia
Hyperopia is diagnosed with a thorough eye exam. During this time, we will perform a series of acuity tests to assess your eyesight and overall ocular health. This usually consists of reading letters on an eye chart and using a light to examine the eye. Typically, the best treatments for hyperopia are corrective glasses or contact lenses. We usually recommend that you use a combination of both to match your unique lifestyle. Some men and women with hyperopia might also be eligible for laser vision correction, such as LASIK or PRK. After your assessment, we will discuss these further and whether you may be a good candidate for these procedures.
GREAT VISION FOR GREAT DAYS
Patients with farsightedness can find it hard to do many types of routine activities, resulting in obstacles at the office and at home. Having prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses can help sharpen your close-up vision and create a significant difference in your overall well-being. Contact us at Baton Rouge Eye Physicians to set up your complete eye exam with our team if you are experiencing problems with your near vision. We have helped many Baton Rouge, LA patients achieve their best vision.