Long-sightedness up to +7.25

PDF Document: Long sight (Hyperopia) correction results, distance

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  • Life changing!

    5

    I was apprehensive (and pretty petrified) but the team at LVC couldn't have been more fantastic. Now I can see with 20/20 vision, contacts and glasses...

    Saskia Cochrane -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • best of the best

    5

    I have never dealt with an organisation that is so well run and efficient from the reception to of course my wonderful specialist. I am so impressed ...

    Very satisfied client -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • Excellent experience despite being so…

    5

    Excellent experience despite being so nervous...

    Andrea -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • Brilliant service and care.

    5

    Brilliant service and care....

    Andy Clough -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • Best thing I've ever done

    5

    I wore glasses full-time for myopia for around 20 years and had a -3.25 prescription by the time I went for laser eye surgery. I'd considered laser ey...

    Kayleigh Thomas -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • I was so nervous about the prospect of…

    5

    I was so nervous about the prospect of laser eye surgery beforehand, but the LVC were so great with comprehensive information and support throughout t...

    Karen -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • 5 star service

    5

    I must admit, like may people it was one of the most difficult decision to go for the Laser Blended Vision surgery - I was kind of happy with the glas...

    KJ -

    Laser Eye Surgery
  • Absolutely Fantastic

    5

    Absolutely Fantastic! I had PRK with Cross-Linking in September 18. Professor Dan and his team are amazing! The aftercare is second to none. The ladie...

    Steve Cornell -

    Laser Eye Surgery

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Final outcome: binocular distance vision without glasses. Results based on an analysis of 575 consecutive procedures. 20/40 (6/12) means that the patient has to stand at 20 feet to see letters that a “normal” person could see at 40 feet – the UK minimum driving standard. 20/16 (6/5) means that the patient can read letters at 20 feet that a “normal” person would have to stand at 16 feet to see (better than normal vision).

Long-sighted correction results, distance