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Ocular pathologies

Ilustración que muestra la diferencia entre un ojo normal y otro con hipermetropía

In hyperopia, the eyeball is slightly smaller than normal and the cornea is usually flatter.


A refractive defect occurs in which the image is formed behind the retina, which means that images of near objects and, to a lesser extent, distant objects are not focused clearly.


Refractive surgery is indicated for hyperopic patients over 20 years of age and with diopters ranging from +1 to +10.

Do you suffer from Hyperopia? Contact us.