Farsightedness

HyperopiaFarsightedness is a condition where light rays entering the eye focus behind the retina, resulting in blurry vision. In a hyperopic eye, the light rays do not converge or focus by the time they reach the retina. Hyperopia often results from having an eye that is shorter than normal or a cornea that is flatter than normal. In this condition far vision is better than near vision. If the amount of farsightedness is large enough, and depending on the age of the patient, it will also blur distant objects, however the near vision will still be worse.

Dr. Tylock and Dr. George are committed to providing you with all the information you need to feel comfortable about making the choice to have vision correction surgery. After viewing our website if you would like to have more information, please contact us for our free information packet. We also invite you to attend one of our free Tuesday night seminars.

To learn more about your refractive surgery options, contact the Tylock-George Eye Care and Laser Center serving the Dallas / Forth Worth area today.