Long-sightedness, or hyperopia, is common in the general population.
Hyperopia means that the eye is not focused in front of the face, and so distance vision as well as near vision are blurred.
Long-sightedness occurs when the length of the eyeball is too short for the power of the eye.
We can diagnose and examine long-sightedness by performing a comprehensive eye examination which includes a refraction assessment and an eye health exam.
Depending on the outcome of your examination we will consider the following treatments: