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Laser Eye Surgery Better than Contact Lenses

New study compares satisfaction rates of contact lens users with people who underwent laser eye surgery for vision correction (Myopia, Hypermetropia, Astigmatism and Presbyopia). The study published in the most influential US journal (Ophtalmology), recruited 1.800 people and found that contact lens users who opted for laser eye surgery were […]

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Premium and refractive intraocular lenses: art and science

High Tech intraocular lenses for presbyopia’s correction associated with cataract.. This is a reference document about the Premium intraocular lenses for the correction of myopia, astigmatism, hypermetropia and presbyopia. Dr. Badalà is the author of a chapter about the High Tech intraocular lenses to eliminate presbyopia associated with the cataract.

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What to expect after Hypermetropia Laser surgery?

What should I do after hypermetropia surgery? It is usually suggested to rest for 2 days after surgery. Il largely depends on the kind of surgery performed. In the case of PRK, Dr. Badalà suggest 4-5 days of rest: for this reason he usually performs the surgery on thursday in […]

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Hypermetropia: Insurance approved Laser & treatments

Hypermetropia Laser Surgery via private insurance Hypermetropia laser surgery can be performed in convention with the most important insurance companies, supplementary funds and health funds. Some insurance companies consider a direct payment for health services, with no obligations for its patients; some others consider an indirect assistance. In this case, […]

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Laser Surgery for Hypermetropia

Hypermetropia SURGERY Surgery to correct hypermetropia in Milan with the latest innovations. The new femtoLASIK to cure hypermetropia. High Tech intraocular lenses to get rid of hypermetropia. Surgery for high degree hypermetropia using phakic lenses (intraocular contact lenses) in Milan and Catania. To sum up, curing hypermetropia is possible thanks […]

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When to get Hypermetropia Laser Surgery?

Which is te best age to undergo Hypermetropia surgery? The minimum age for eye laser surgery is 18-20.Hypermetropia must have been stable for at least 2 years. If hypermetropia conditions are not stable, myopia can come back after surgery, and a new treatment could become necessary. When patients are 45 […]

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Hypermetropia: causes and symptoms

Hypermetropia is a defect of vision that causes the impossibility for rays of light to be focused on the retina, but behind it. The main cause for this defect is the insufficiente eye lenght. A lot of people suffer from hypermetropia without even knowing it, because the eye automatically compensate […]

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Refractive Phacoemulsification for Hypermetropia

Refractive Phacoemulsification surgery can be used to correct serious hypermetropia problems through the implant of an intraocular toric lens, for patients that are more than 45 years old. In this case, the natural lens, even if transparent, is substituted with an intraocular lens (artificial lens) that can also be custom […]

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Phakic Lens for Hypermetropia

The ideal surgery for high degree hypermetropia and myopia consists in implanting intraocular phakic lenses (IOL), also called intraocular contact lenses. This special lenses are made of silicone or collamer, and are pretty useful to correct vision flaws like myopia and hypermetropia, even if it’s high degree (10-25 diopters). These […]

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High tech lens for Hypermetropia

It’s the new solution for a “high definition” vision. During phakoemulsification surgery, a High Tech lens is implanted in the eye in place of the natural one; the High Tech is then customized with a ray of light. This surgery has the advantage of correcting even high degree hypermetropia, presbyopia […]

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FemtoLASIK for Hypermetropia

It’s the most performed laser surgery for hypermetropia in the USA. This surgery can be considered an evolution of the widely known LASIK. It uses a specific instrument called Femto Laser to precisely cut a this circular layer (or flap) from the corneal surface. This layer is flipped and placed […]

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LASIK for Hypermetropia

LASIK (LASer-assisted In situ Keratomileusis) with the Excimer Laser, is the most performed hypermetropia surgery in the context of refractive surgery in USA. Its popularity comes from its advantages: patients recall no pain sensations and experience vision improvement as soon as a day after. This kind of surgery uses a […]

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PRK for Hypermetropia

PRK (Photo Refractive Keratectomy) is a surgery that uses the excimer laser and it is one of the most common in Europe. It is performed with an excimer laser that emits an ultraviolet ray of light with a very high specific energy, but low penetrating power in biological cells, causing […]

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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 […]

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Cataract: first “customizable” implant

ROME. A High Tech lens completely customizable that once implanted inside the eye can be modified with light in order to properly adapt to every patient’s needs, offering a high definition vision. The most modern technological innovation for replacing the opaque lens when speaking about cataract removal, has been implanted […]

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