Will getting lasik treat my lazy eye?

No. Lasik offers the potential to improve vision up to the best that you have gotten with eyeglasses or contacts. A "lazy eye" has lowered vision from childhood and will not be improved by lasik.
Camera turned off. Lazy eye occurs after the brain decides one of the two "cameras" it receives visual input from is either blurry or causes double vision. There is a period where this can be fixed, usually early childhood & preserve vision. If the abnormality lasts too long, the brain selects the best image and turns off the other. This is amblyopia or lazy eye. Lasik will not turn the camera back on.
LASIK. Lasik will eliminate the prescription but the lazy eye will still have the same best corrected vision.

Related Questions

I have a lazy eye and at the same I have very bad astigmatism in the same eye. Can I get lasik eye surgery on it?

Probably not. Need to check with your eye doctor, but usually people with severe astigmatism don't don't do very well with the lasik procedure. Read more...
Yes, but. Lasik can only do what glasses or a contact lens can do. If you are happy with the vision with these choices, then lasik may provide similar vision without them. Discuss your options with an ophthalmologist. Read more...

I am curious if contact lenses correct my lazy eye will lasik?

Possibly. It is reasonable to expect lasik to deliver the type of vision your contact lenses provide, but it would not make your lazy eye as good as a non-lazy eye. If your vision improves with the contact lens, then lasik may be an option. Of course, a complete exam and testing is necessary prior to any type of correction to determine your candidacy. Read more...

Can lasik eye surgery be performed on a lazy eye? How much does it cost?

Maybe. Lasik surgery can be performed on a lazy eye. The price is the same as for regular lasik. The big thing to understand that you cannot correct the lazy eye by doing lasik surgery. While you can reduce the prescription, you cannot usually get the vision to be better than the lazy eye is capable of seeing. A careful discussion with the surgeon is needed. Read more...
Yes. Technically, this can be done without difficulty. You must discuss with your surgeon the expectations / goals for the eye. Even with a perfect treatment, the vision will likely not be beyond your current vision with glasses/contacts. Price for lasik varies greatly and usually depends on technology used. Read more...
Why bother. If you are an adult who has true lazy eye- otherwise called amblyopia, the brain has decided to turn off most of the visual input from the weak eye. You can do Lasik if you want, but the brain will not turn it back on. You need to consult with several docs before you go down this road. Steer clear of the cheep volume based programs. Read more...