Hypermetropia Laser and Treatments

A surgery to correct hypermetropia in Milan with the latest innovations. The new femtoLASIK to cure hypermetropia. High Tech Intraocular lenses to cure hypermetropia. Surgery to treat high degree hypermetropia with phakic lenses (intraocular contact lenses) in Milan and Catania. To sum up, correcting hypermetropia is possible thanks to several different surgeries.

The most common hypermetropia surgery is the one with the excimer Laser that can correct hypermetropia and astigmatism at once. From a little time, there is a new kind of surgery that uses Femto Laser, that can improve the possibilities of an excimer laser surgery, or remove a thin layer of corneal tissue to correct hypermetropia, with great results

The most widespread hypermetropia surgery is performed with the excimer Laser, that can correct both presbyopia and myopia. This surgery relies mainly on two methods: LASIK and PRK. Today several variations of these two techniques exist.

The main surgery for high degree hypermetropia is the implant of an intraocular contact lens inside the eye, or a phakic lens.

The latest news to correct presbyopia are the High Tech intraocular lenses, that represent a key solution for patients that have already undergone laser surgery and now have cataract.

Another surgery for high degree hypermetropia and astigmatism is the lens substitution with a technique called Photorefractive.

Giuseppe Grasso, Catania

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After having consulted several doctors, last year I turned to Dr. Badalà because I felt a discomfort to the eye. At first sight Dr. Badalà realized that there was something wrong in my right eye and, after a thorough e... Keep on reading this reviewxamination and an OCT, he confirmed the presence of a hole in the retina (which no other doctor had seen before) and he suggested me a vitrectomy.

After consulting other doctors who, despite having confirmed the diagnosis, suggested me to wait, I decided to entrust Dr. Badalà, because he inspired me with confidence during the visit.

I had a vitrectomy under local anesthesia about five months ago. The surgery was good and my eyesight has improved and I no longer see distorted images.

The thing that struck me most is that at first I was so used to don’t  see well that I didn’t  realize it, so much so that I had turned to Dr. Badalà just for a burning sensation to the eye. Thanks to the professionalism and accuracy of Dr. Badalà today I realize I see much better.