Ubisoft to Release Tablet Game to Treat Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Ubisoft to Release Tablet Game to Treat Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Technology Helping Us to See Clearer Amblyopia, or ‘Lazy Eye’, affects one in fifty children in the UK. The condition leads to one eye being stronger than the other, normally due to the weaker eye not allowing enough light to pass through to the retina. Normal treatment is to correct the cause of the problem though wearing spectacles,
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How likely am I going to be suitable for vision correction surgery?

The quick answer to that, is most likely. Many people have concerns that they might not be suitable for laser or non-laser eye surgery, either because they have high prescriptions, an eye disease, or have been told by other eye clinics that they’re unsuitable. If another clinic has said no… It’s is usually because their goal to ensure highly consistent results by only accepting the least complicated cases that they will be able to turn around quickly.
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