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Surgical treatments for lazy eye are risky as they alter the alignment of muscles within the eyes, reports Bausch and Lomb. Patching the strong eye to make the other one work harder to develop strength or using eyeglasse... More »

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Surgery may work to treat lazy eye, or amblyopia, but other, less invasive treatments are more common, according to WebMD. The easiest way to treat lazy eye is to have the child wear a patch over the opposite, healthy ey... More »

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Treatment options for a lazy eye include corrective eyeglasses, surgery and eye patches, and drops that help to strengthen weak eye muscles. The medical term for a lazy eye is amblyopia. More »

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