Vision Problems

Here are just a few of the vision problems we treat at Heinsight Eyecare in Milford

There are a lot of problems which could affect your vision, and if you are having issues we encourage you to contact us today. Below you will find a list and description of the most common problems we encounter at our office. The problems below, as well as many others, can be taken care of with care and expertise by your eye-care specialists at Heinsight Eyecare in Milford.


This is a very common condition which causes impaired vision, usually distorted or blurred images. Astigmatism, in almost all cases, exist along with other eye conditions such as hyperopia or myopia. You will be pleased to hear that astigmatism is actually very easy to treat!

Astigmatism is treated  many ways, thanks to advances in technology, and your treatment will depend on your exact eye condition and lifestyle. Together, you and the team at Heinsight Eyecare can decide if glasses, contacts, or surgery will work best for you.

Hyperopia (Farsightedness)

Farsightedness, medically known as hyperopia, is an fault that is caused by a disorder rather than by a disease. Hyperopia is a refractive error, which means that the shape of the eye can not curve light accurately, which results in images being blurred. This condition is most commonly inherited and patients who are hyperopic at a young age often become less hyperopic as adults.

The most common treatment for hyperopia is corrective lenses, such as contacts or eyeglasses. Hyperopia can, in some cases, be corrected through refractive surgery. Your eye care provider at Heinsight Eyecare in Milford, MI, will help you determine the best treatment option for you.

Myopia (Nearsightedness)

Nearsightedness, medically known as myopia, is a very common and serious problem. Approximately 40% of people in the United States are myopic. Worldwide, myopia is found in over a billion people. It is predicted that this number will rise to almost five billion by the year 2050. This is due to various factors including increasing time spent using screens, less time spent outdoors and age.

Myopia is easily diagnosed with a comprehensive eye exam and there are many treatment options. These options include contacts, glasses, LASIK, acrylic corneal implants, photorefractive keratotomy (PRK) and radial keratotomy (RK). At Heinsight Eyecare in Milford, MI, we can discuss the treatment option best for you.