The eye is a complex and intricate system. Our eyes function like a camera, capturing and focusing light to see images with clarity.
Myopia means a person’s eye is longer than a normal one. As a result, distant objects appear to be blurry.
A hyperopic eye is shorter than a normal-sized one. This means near objects are blurry while distant objects are clear.
Astigmatism is an eye condition that results in blurry vision from near and far distances due to an irregularly-shaped cornea.
Presbyopia is an eye condition that typically occurs in people aged 40 and over. People with this condition have a difficult time seeing small details, like fine print, clearly.
This blanket term is used to describe the progression of conditions linked to an aging crystalline lens.
Cataracts are the age-related clouding of the eye’s natural lens.
Keratoconus is a progressive condition characterized by a thin, cone-like shaped cornea.