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What is Lazy Eye Correction Surgery?

Lazy Eye Correction Surgery, also known as Amblyopia Surgery, is a medical procedure designed to treat Amblyopia, commonly referred to as “lazy eye.” This innovative surgery aims to improve vision in the affected eye by stimulating visual pathways, encouraging stronger connections between the brain and the weaker eye, and promoting binocular vision.

Why Choose Lazy Eye Correction Surgery?

  • Improved Eye Alignment: Lazy eye correction surgery aims to align the eyes properly, improving their coordination and reducing the misalignment. This can enhance the overall appearance of the eyes and restore a more symmetrical gaze.
  • Enhanced Binocular Vision: By aligning the eyes, lazy eye correction surgery promotes the development of binocular vision, allowing both eyes to work together effectively.
  • Correction of Amblyopia: Lazy eye correction surgery can be an effective treatment option for amblyopia, helping to strengthen the weaker eye and improve visual acuity. The surgery, combined with appropriate vision therapy and follow-up care, can optimise visual development and function.

The Lazy Eye Correction Surgery Procedure

  1. Comprehensive Eye Examination: Before the surgery, a thorough eye examination will be conducted to evaluate the extent of eye misalignment, assess visual acuity, and determine the most appropriate surgical approach.
  2. Anaesthesia: Lazy eye correction surgery is usually performed under general anaesthesia, especially for children, to ensure comfort and minimise movement during the procedure.
  3. Muscle Adjustment: The surgeon makes small incisions on the surface of the eye to access the eye muscles responsible for controlling eye movement. These muscles are carefully adjusted by either tightening or loosening them, depending on the specific requirements of the eye misalignment.
  4. Closing Incisions and Recovery: After the eye muscles have been repositioned, the incisions are closed with dissolvable sutures. The patient is then monitored for a short period to ensure a smooth recovery.

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