Hyperopia (Farsightedness) in Bloomington, IN

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About Hyperopia

Vision is an important aspect of an individual's general quality of life. Vision impairment can affect daily activities, job performance, favorite pastimes, and even exercise. Hyperopia, also often known as farsightedness, is among the most prevalent types of vision problems. It results in the decreased ability to focus on objects that are at close range. Activities, like reading, working on the computer, or even showering, can become more difficult. Luckily, there are many options to manage your hyperopia. At The Eye Center of Southern Indiana, our experienced team can offer a complete eye exam with R. Daniel Grossman, M.D. and his team, helping you get one step closer to your best vision.

How Is Hyperopia Treated?

During your visit at The Eye Center of Southern Indiana, your optometrist will perform a thorough eye exam to check your general eye health. Every comprehensive exam will include routine vision acuity tests and other assessments of how your eyes are functioning. Patients can opt for glasses, contacts, or both to correct their vision, depending on their daily routines, and we will help you select the best lenses for your eyes. Certain patients with hyperopia may also consider laser vision correction procedures, such as LASIK or PRK. Once your optometrist completes your exams, we will talk with you about whether refractive surgery is an effective option for you. For those who are candidates, refractive surgery can offer remarkable long-term outcomes.

Lasting Vision Correction Options

Patients who have farsightedness can experience challenges in many types of routine tasks, leading to exasperation at the office and at home. Getting the prescription glasses or contacts you need can bring about a positive change in your life. Speak with us at The Eye Center of Southern Indiana for your comprehensive eye exam if you have issues seeing close up. Our team has helped hundreds of Bloomington, IN patients improve their eyesight and quality of life.

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