Lazy eye, also known as amblyopia, can be treated by wearing an adhesive patch over the stronger eye for months or weeks to stimulate vision in the weaker eye, according to the National Eye Institute. Wearing patches als... 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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Lazy eye can be treated in adult patients through a combination of treatments, including glasses and contacts, eye patches and vision therapy programs. Although lazy eye is more easily treated in children, adults experie... More »

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Treatment to cure lazy eye in adults includes vision therapy and orthoptics, explains the Optometrists Network. Vision therapy retrains the eyes, while orthoptics utilizes eye muscle training procedures that focus on vis... More »

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Lazy eye can be treated in adult patients through a combination of treatments, including glasses and contacts, eye patches and vision therapy programs. Although lazy eye is more easily treated in children, adults experie... More »

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Treatment for sixth nerve palsy involves taking corticosteroids or wearing an eye patch if double vision persists while the sixth nerve heals, reports Healthline. Sixth nerve palsy from a viral infection usually resolves... 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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