As you say, you have lazy eyes and are suggested to wear eyeglasses. Yes, eyeglasses can help your lazy eyes in some distance. However, this requires certain conditions. Eyeglasses for lazy eyes treatment, only there are some differences between the two eyes. Exactly, eyeglasses can improve vision, but they are not the treatment of lazy eyes. However, in order to hide the lazy eyes, you can choose one pair of stylish glasses.
If you have lazy eyes, you should be suggested to wear eyeglasses in order to help you see clearly in some distance. However, common eyeglasses can't take the role of treating the laze eyes, just getting the effect of making you see clear in the limited distance. And there is another type of stylish glasses which may hide your laze eyes. You can base on your own situation to choose the eyeglasses.
Yes,i think so. But i am not sure how old you are. Because you are not able to cure at any time on the treatment of lazy eye. From birth to five years of age is the most crucial stage for visual function development. Until after the age of 12, there will be very poor results. And when over 18 years of age, the treatment just hopeless.So is do not delay to cure at the best treatment time.
Generally speaking, we say lazy eye as Amblyopia. It is an early childhood condition where a child's eyesight in one eye does not develop as it should. The problem is usually in just one eye, but can sometimes affect both of them. And the glasses are supposed to help your lazy eye because of its improved technology and perfect design. In other words, the glasses can help your eyes focus easily and make the two eyes work together. In the end I also want to give you some tips to know the symptom, such as blurred vision, double vision. So you should pay attention to these things.
Most people believe that once they are diagnosed with some vision problem and start wearing eye glasses or contact lenses to correct them,Â I personally have a little drift in my left eye that happens when my eyes overstrain or become unfocused - however, i also know people who have a very, very lazy eye that is not helped at all by corrective glasses.