Can hyperopia surgery be performed? _Industry News_
Hyperopia can be achieved through surgery to achieve the purpose of correcting vision, but suitable people for surgery must also be checked to determine whether it is suitable. Therefore, some people can achieve good vision through surgery, and some people can only see things by wearing glasses. The following is mainly to understand whether hyperopia can be operated on. Presbyopia surgery is mainly suitable for people between 18 and 55 years old, but related eye examinations are still performed before the operation, because it is not suitable for everyone. Surgical methods include iris reinforcement surgery, superficial keratectomy, laser refractive keratectomy, excimer laser in situ keratomileusis, etc. There are many current surgical methods, which can be considered comprehensively for people who are eligible for presbyopia surgery. At present, the scope of PRK hyperopia correction is limited, and corneal haze and refractive regression may be complicated after surgery. However, LASIK can correct farsightedness with a relatively large range, and the recovery effect of surgery is also good, and there will be no foggy opacity. Therefore, LASIK is currently one of the most widely used surgical methods. However, any surgery still has certain risks, so it should be treated with caution. The current principle of excimer treatment is to use excimer laser to cut corneal tissue to change the shape of the front surface of the cornea, so that the corneal surface becomes more convex than the original, and the curvature is increased and the radius of curvature is reduced, but the cornea is not removed. In the center, the refractive power of the cornea is adjusted so that the image of things falls on the retina, showing clear things. Thereby achieving the purpose of correcting hyperopia. For hyperopia surgery, you must carefully consider the risks, economy, and practicality of the surgery. If it is not suitable, do not force it.