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My son is having surgery to correct his amblyopia. he is 3 years old. what are the chances his eyes will be corrected with this?

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Dr. Sandra Lora Cremers
Ophthalmology 25 years experience
Strabismus surgery: Amblyopia is a lazy eye which requires time to improve by patching the good seeing eye. Amblyopia is often due to crossed eyes (strabismus). Crossed eyes can be corrected with surgery which can help align the eyes to encourage the lazy eye to work properly.

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