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The laser operation for hypermetropia consists of increasing the corneal curve. The surgical techniques for hypermetropia are Femtosecond Lasik, and in certain cases photorefractive keratectomy (PRK). A hypermetropic eye is slightly too short, with the image forming behind the retina. A hypermetropic person’s close vision is blurry. The surgical technique allows for treatment of hypermetropia of up to 5 diopters.


The appropriate surgical technique will be discussed with your surgeon according to the specific structure of your cornea during preoperative testing. Each of the two phases lasts about 2 minutes and is completely painless.

Technology Lasik Femtosecond

The Femtosecond Lasik techniques consist of creating a thin corneal flap (phase 1). The flap is lifted and excimer laser treatment is then performed (phase 2). The curve of the cornea is modified. Femtosecond Lasik is the latest generation “all laser” technique which uses a laser for creating the corneal flap, whereas Lasik used a blade.

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Technology PRK

The PRK technique consists of scraping the surface layer of the cornea (epithelium) (phase 1). Once the epithelium has been scraped, excimer laser treatment is performed (phase 2) and the curve of the cornea is modified. A protective lens is then applied and worn for 3 days.

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Combined optical defects

Some defects may be combined. The techniques and combinations will be discussed during the preoperative consultation with the surgeon.

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