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Farsightedness or Hyperopia at Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center-Valparaiso & Knox, IN

By Scott Buck, M.D.

The eye doctors at Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center offer diagnosis and treatment of farsightedness or hyperopia for patients of all ages. Farsightedness or hyperopia is a common refractive vision problem that results most often from the axial length of the eye being too short and/or the curvature of the Cornea being too flat. This results in light and images being focused behind the Retina. A patient who has Farsightedness or hyperopia typically has difficulty seeing things up close and especially with focusing up close with this type of common refractive eye problem.

At Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center, our eye doctors can correct vision problems caused by farsightedness or hyperopia with Eyeglasses, Contact Lenses and sometimes Laser Eye Surgery such as LASIK and if you have a Cataract, by implanting a Lens Implant.

Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center provides examination, diagnosis and treatment of farsightedness for patients from northern Indiana including La Porte, Mishawaka, South Bend, Michigan City, Crown Point, Merrillville, Chesterton, South Haven, Westville, Hebron, Lowell, Valparaiso and Walkerton as well as Indiana, Illinois suburban areas of Frankfurt, Calumet City, Monee and Crete. To schedule an appointment for an eye exam for farsightedness, please call us at 219-464-8223.

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Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center, P.C.
502 Marquette Street
Valparaiso, Indiana 46383
219-464-8223

Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center, P.C.
1001 S. Edgewood Drive, #5
Knox, Indiana 46534
574-772-2012

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Northwest Indiana Eye & Laser Center in Valparaiso and Knox, IN provides eye exams for adults & children,
eye surgery such as LASIK, cataract surgery & lens implants and eyelid surgery, diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma,
age related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy and dry eye, as well as eye exams for cataracts, eyeglasses and contact lenses.