A restorative focal point is a focal point worn before the eye, for the most part used to treat nearsightedness, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Glasses or "displays" are worn on the face a short separation before the eye. Contact focal points are worn straightforwardly on the surface of the eye. Intraocular focal points are surgically embedded most usually after waterfall expulsion, yet as of late for absolutely refractive purposes. Astigmatism (partial blindness) requires a unique focal point, while hyperopia (far-sightedness) requires a concurrent focal point.