Common Visual Problems


Corneal curvature is too steep or eye ball too long:
  • Incoming light comes to a focus in front of the retina
  • Distant objects out of focus
  • Close-up objects are clear


Corneal curvature is too flat or eyeball is too short:
  • Focal point is behind the retina
  • Distant objects are clear
  • Close-up objects out of focus


Cornea has an oblong or even more irregular shape:
  • Light rays focus on two or more points
  • Partially blurry vision

Age-related Presbyopia

With age, lens loses flexibility and some ability to refract light:
  • Close-up objects out of focus
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