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Are there any procedure to get rid of lazy eye?

Are there any procedure to get rid of lazy eye?

Yes: Therapy decision making for lazy eye depends on starting vision, when found, how much deviation, intermittent vs. Constant, how bothersome, underlying cause, etc. Then eye muscle surgery can be performed to align the eyes. ...Read more

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Dr. Dean Bonsall
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Strabismus (Definition)

Strabismus is a medical condition due to weakness or paralysis of one or more muscles that control eye movement. As a result, the eyes are not aligned with each other and ...Read more


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How can I get rid of lazy eye(s)?

How can I  get rid of lazy eye(s)?

See an otphamologist: Need to be seen by an eye specialist who can perform a thorough history and exam to determine the cause. The treatment/cure will be based on what they find. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of my lazy eye?

How can I get rid of my lazy eye?

You might not be abl: Successful treatment depends on having this discovered at a very early age. After the age of 7 success is very poor. After the age of 10 success is almost impossible. The child should be taken to an ophthalmologist as early as possible. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how do I get rid of my lazy eye?

Can you tell me how do I get rid of my lazy eye?

Time for a visit: You need to visit an ophthalmologist and have a basic assessment done. You will need to clarify the issue. Some consider poorly a poorly aligned eye, "lazy" while it is better used for visual loss from one eye. Eye surgery may help re-align the eyes, but long term vision loss is usually permanent. Only a proper evaluation could be sure. ...Read more

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How can you get rid of a lazy eye or make it not as noticeable?

How can you get rid of a lazy eye or make it not as noticeable?

Surgery may be it: An eye that's mis-aligned, in an adult, can be cosmetically distracting. Even if vision can't be improved, surgery to straighten the eye often does help. The underlying cause must be determined, & that list is extensive. In a child (younger than 8 or 9 yrs or so) a pediatric ophthalmologist should be consulted to try to recover vision. ...Read more

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Can there be anyway to get rid off a lazy eye without surgery?

Can there be anyway to get rid off a lazy eye without surgery?

Amblyopia: By patching the good eye, or by instilling topical Atropine in the good eye. The drops can have a side-effect. Treatment of individuals age 9 through adult is possible through applied perceptual learning. ...Read more

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Is there any way to I can get rid of a lazy eye without surgery?

Is there any way to I can get rid of a lazy eye without surgery?

NO: Once lazy eye or amblyopia is established it cannot be corrected. In children below age 5, surgery can straighten the eyes and the amblyopia can be reversed with patching. ...Read more

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Can you prevent development of a lazy eye?

Can you prevent development of a lazy eye?

Absolutely: "lazy eye" is a somewhat derogatory layman's term for what i prefer to call by it's real name - amblyopia, or when the brain and eyes don't work well together. This is caused when the image reaching the back of the eye is not focused or when the eyes are not aligned. Symptoms include a poor judge of depth, one eye turning inwards or outwards, or the eyes not working together. ...Read more

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What can I do to prevent my lazy eye drifting?

Full exam: Patching, glasses and/or surgery can help. A full exam for lazy eye includes looking for signs of and causes of lazy eye. These include a big difference in vision between eyes, as well as misalignment of the eyes. Eyes drops are usually used to dilate for the complete testing. ...Read more

Dr. Dean Bonsall
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Amblyopia (Definition)

loss not due to a structural problem such as myopia or hyperopia and develops early in life. For ...Read more


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Lazy Eye (Definition)

A "lazy eye" is a generic term that is often used to describe when one eye (1) does not see as well as another eye or (2) does not align properly ...Read more