How myopia and hyperopia are different?

There are essential differences between hyperopia and myopia, both of which reflect the refractive system of the eye,

Hyperopia refers to looking at distant objects, and the imaging focus falls behind the retina of the fundus, while myopia is the focus formed by a distant object and falls in front of the retina, so the two are essentially different in optics,

How myopia and hyperopia are different?

The correction of hyperopia requires the use of convex lens for correction, and the correction of myopia requires the use of concave lens for correction, and the correction principle of the two is also different.

Low degree hyperopia can be compensated in normal people, but with the growth of age, the influence of hyperopia degree will be highlighted, especially in the 50-60-year-old population, the same need to wear hyperopia glasses, in order to see distant objects, myopia as long as the degree of myopia, usually need to wear myopia glasses, to be able to see the distance.

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