Astigmatism is due to an extra curvature of your eye’s cornea. This interferes with your eye’s ability to focus light onto your retina causing blurred or distorted vision… click to read more. Astigmatism is believed to be hereditary, although the exact cause is unknown. Take a look at our Eye Care Hub to find out more about astigmatism.
Myopia (short/nearsightedness) is a common eye condition which causes objects in the distance to appear blurry, while close objects appear clear and in focus… click to read more. Myopia can be mild and require no treatment or it can be severe and affect a person’s vision significantly. Take a look at our Eye Care Hub to find out more about myopia.
Presbyopia is the normal change to our vision as we age. It results in the loss of your ability to focus on objects that are near and causes them to appear blurry… click to read more. Most people notice the effects of presbyopia once they hit above the age of 40. It can prevent people from reading small print clearly. Take a look at our Eye Care Hub to find out more about presbyopia.
Hyperopia (long/far-sightedness) is a common vision problem which affects a person’s ability to see objects nearby, causing them to appear blurry whilst objects in the distance appear clear… click to read more. This vision problem can affect people of all ages including children and babies. Take a look at our Eye Care Hub to find out more about hyperopia.