We all know after read this article, farsightedness or hyperopia is inability to see near object, as we concluded, it only can see something far with some distance more clearly than a closer one. Here are some ways to treat farsightedness.
You may no longer need to wear glasses or contacts after surgery. But some people still do need enhancements or corrective lenses after surgery. Surgery also carries risks, such as infection. Laser surgery for farsightedness is not as easy as laser surgery for nearsightedness.
After the surgery you need to:
- You may need to wear an eye shield, a bandage, or special contact lenses for a few days after surgery.
- Your doctor may prescribe eye-drops to reduce inflammation and the risk of infection. You may need to use them for several days or months after surgery.
- You should avoid vigorous sports, eye makeup, and any activities during which water may get in your eye. The surgeon may recommend that you shower before the surgery, then avoid showering for a day or two afterward to avoid getting water in the eye.
- Depending on the type of surgery, your vision may be reduced for several days afterward. Do not drive until your vision has cleared.
- Dry-eye symptoms are common but usually temporary.
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