YOUR DISTANCE AND NEAR VISION ARE BLURRED
In these toggles we explain what you need to know about long-sightedness
Hyperopia means that the eye is not focused in front of the face, and so distance vision as well as near vision are blurred.
Hyperopia requires the use of glasses or contact lenses to see at all distances.
Watch this video on hyperopia (long-sightedness)
Hyperopia, or long-sightedness, is when the eye is too short. This causes light to be focused behind the retina.
The most appropriate treatment option for you will depend on several factors. These include:
- Your exact spectacle prescription
- The precise clinical examination findings,
- Your age
- Your job
- Your hobbies
- If you have any other eye conditions or issues
Depending on the outcome of your examination we will consider the following treatments:
- Laser vision correction
- Phakic lens implants
- Refractive lens exchange with a choice of lens implant options
I’ve been told that I’m not suitable for laser correction. Can something else be done?
A thorough examination and further testing will allow appropriate recommendations be made. This may be that no treatment is undertaken, or alternatives to laser may be discussed.
I have hyperopia in both eyes but a cataract in only one eye. Can the cataract be treated?
Yes, the cataract can be treated. Afterwards, if you feel an imbalance between the eyes, it may be necessary to perform a lens exchange operation for the second eye in order to restore the balance of the eyes.
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Discover the number one mistake patients make when choosing cataract surgery
Most people have cataract surgery without knowing about all the options they actually have surrounding cataract surgery. Unfortunately, most people only find this out after having cataract surgery. The information in this Wales Cataract Guide could save you frustration and worry. Simply click the button below to give us your email and we’ll send you this life changing guide:
WHO WE SERVE
If you can see yourself below, then we can help you
You’re over 45 and would love to read again without glasses
Unfortunately, reading glasses or varifocals get in the way of many of the things you most enjoy. Yes, spectacles help, but they are annoying little appendages that you lose or must clean to see clearly.
If you feel annoyed, anxious and limited by reading glasses or varifocal spectacles, we can help. Don’t let your favourite hobbies become tiring chores.
Be free from reading specs for good. Experience the liberation from squinting and headaches that you might have already begun to accept as part of life.
Instead, look forward to enjoying everything that your vision has to offer. Whether you enjoy reading, gardening, or the great outdoors, everything looks better when your eyes see as young as you feel.
Get a new lease on life. Contact us today and take the first step towards a better life.
Your vision is yellowing, duller, and cataracts are forming. You feel like your eyes are letting you down
The effect on your life can vary from being slightly frustrating, through to significantly affecting your ability to function independently, or even causing a devastating reduction in vision.
Before you developed cataracts, you were living a full life. You may enjoy the outdoors, have indoor hobbies or enjoy travelling. Or, perhaps you have finished working and are now taking the time to enjoy everything you may have missed when you were busy making a living.
Sadly, your eyes now dull the shine of life’s beautiful landscape. The trees, the flowers and even the sky don’t seem as bright as they used to look.
Get your life back without the compromise. Experience what life used to look like. Even better, if you’ve worn glasses or contact lenses, discover the incredible once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that modern cataract surgery affords.
WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY
We treat patients from all across Wales
Take the first step to understand your unique cataract surgery options
Most people have cataract surgery without knowing about all the options they actually have surrounding cataract surgery. Did you know it is not only possible to fix your cataracts but you can often fix your reading and distance vision at the same time? Click the button below to request a personal consultation and get clear on all of your options.
HOW IT WORKS
Enjoy a life free from cataracts, glasses and contact lenses in three easy steps
Meet your consultant
I’ll see you before treatment to ensure you’re a good candidate and treat you at one of my facilities in South Wales.
Revitalise your eyes
I’ll supervise your aftercare as you begin to experience a life free of cataracts and glasses and contact lenses.
Learn more about eye conditions and eye treatments
When it comes to having refractive cataract surgery or refractive lens exchange, patients need to choose between the lens implant types. Learn more...
Many people worry that they could go blind from having refractive cataract surgery. Mohammed Muhtaseb addresses this risk. Learn more...
What is FLACS and how does it benefit cataract surgery patients? Discover the advantages of this procedure and how it works...
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LENS REPLACEMENT
Educate yourself further about lens replacement by reading the links below
The NHS has compared laser eye surgery and lens replacement, and is worth a look. Click here for more information.
This 12-page guide provides you with the benefits of refractive lens exchange, as well as the risks and alternatives. Click here for more information.
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ABOUT THE EXPERT
Prof Mohammed Muhtaseb, FRCOphth
Consultant Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgeon
iLase is the private practice of Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Prof Mohammed Muhtaseb. Based in South Wales, he is one of the very few ophthalmologists working in the UK who is a fellowship-trained specialist in Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgery. He holds full specialist registration with the General Medical Council and was appointed as a Consultant in the NHS in 2006.