The treatment for hyperopia is either glasses or contact lenses. Patients who no longer wish to rely on spectacles may wish to consider laser eye surgery.
Every patient is unique, so we offer a detailed consultation with one of our Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeons to determine suitability, answer all your questions and explain the vision correction treatment options.
Laser eye surgery: The most common treatment for patients with hyperopia who don’t want to wear glasses or contact lenses. Excimer laser technology ensures that your advanced, customised surgery can be performed with laser precision. Read more
Clarivu™ lens replacement: Optegra’s medical package for a proven and permanent lens replacement procedure also known as Refractive Lens Exchange (RLE). It’s a technically-advanced development of cataract surgery, one of the world’s most frequently performed surgical procedures. Clarivu may be an option for patients who have hyperopia with presbyopia or a cataract.
Phakic ICL (implantable contact lens): a surgical procedure in which a lens is placed in your eye between your natural lens and iris, or between the iris and cornea. Sometimes called a Phakic IOL (intraocular lens).