Our answer is always the same: People of all ages, including adults, can be treated for amblyopia, commonly referred to as “lazy eye.” For some, this is shocking.
Adults, not just children, can be treated for amblyopia, or lazy eye. This post explores the details of why treatment is possible.
Amblyopia is a visual developmental disorder in which the vision through one eye fails to develop properly in early childhood. The deficit is not in the eye itself.
In fact, many scientific studies on neuroplasticity of the brain in adults are now showing that therapies can improve the vision in amblyopic or lazy eye conditions.