Refractive Disorders and Treatment

At the point when light enters the eye it is bowed, or refracted, by the cornea and the point of convergence is the back of the eye. In the event that the state of the eye, the state of the cornea, or the state of the focal point causes the light to refract shamefully with the goal that it doesn't concentrate on the back of the eye as it ought to, the condition is known as a Refractive Disorder. Refractive Disorders are among the most well-known vision issues.

  • Conductive Keratoplasty Hyperopia and Presbyopia
  • Clear Lens Extraction Myopia
  • Intracorneal Ring Segments
  • LASER
  • LASIK Astigmatism
  • LASIK Future Advances
  • LASIK Hyperopia
  • LASIK Myopia
  • Phakic IOL Hyperopia
  • Phakic IOL Myopia
  • PRK Astigmatism

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