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Our range of optical and optometry products caters to each of your family’s needs. Whether you’re looking for designer eyewear for a new look, or optical training tools for your little one, we have you covered. Come and see for yourself.
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Thanks to advances in refractive lens implants and intraocular lens technology, you can say goodbye to cataracts, retinal conditions – and even glasses. In our dedicated eye clinic, our ophthalmic experts perform a huge range of eye care procedures under one roof. Eyesight is precious. Trust the experts to look after yours.
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Bring your world into focus

Your eyes are as unique as you are, and our tailored treatments reflect that. Discuss the best vision correction procedure or laser surgery for your eyes with one of our experienced eye surgeons, so you can make a fully-informed decision. Improved Eyesight, Freedom from Glasses, or 20/20 Vision are within sight

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Treatments for hyperopia (long-sightedness)

Hyperopia is the medical term for long-sightedness, or far-sightedness, which is a common type of refractive error. If you are long-sighted, you may see objects in the distance more clearly than objects that are close-up. Driving or sitting in the back row at a cinema may not present any problems at all, but reading or using a computer may cause strain.

How is hyperopia treated?

There are several different treatment options for hyperopia, and the right treatment for you will depends on several factors, including your age. Optometry products such as reading glasses are one of several possible treatments.

Laser eye surgery

Laser eye surgery can be effective in correcting hyperopia, and your eye doctor will know whether you’re a candidate after a thorough eye examination. If you have a high degree of hyperopia you may not be suitable for traditional laser eye surgery, but other types of treatment may be possible, for example Refractive Lens Exchange or Phakic ICL treatment.

Refractive Lens Exchange

Refractive lens exchange may reduce – or even eliminate – your dependence on eye glasses. It may also prevent cataracts, and is particularly suitable for people over 45.

Phakic ICL treatment

Phakic ICL is a procedure in which a contact lens is implanted in your eye. ICL stands for “implantable contact lens”, also sometimes called an intraocular lens (IOL). It’s like wearing a contact lens inside your eye instead of on the surface, and it’s practically invisible. ICL is an alternative solution for people who are unsuitable for laser eye surgery.


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