About 4% of children globally are affected
by lazy eyes. In fact, many children with amblyopia may have many underlying binocular vision impairment and learning disabilities.
Lazy eye or Amblyopia in kids is a neuro-developmental disorder that typically manifests before the age of 8.
The child experiences reduced vision in one or both of the eyes as binocular vision is hindered. As a result, he develops lazy eye that cannot be corrected only with spectacle lenses.
About 4% of children globally are affected by lazy eyes. In fact, many children who are labelled as having learning disabilities have underlying binocular vision impairment. They have difficulty comprehending, copying from the board or screen, and slow eye-to-hand coordination. Detecting and solving the underlying problem is the only way to improve their academic performance.
The human brain interprets overlapping images coming from both eyes into one clear picture. But if both the eyes aren’t perfectly aligned or have different spectacle numbers, the images coming from them do not synchronize, and the brain confuses about processing the images or inputs. In response, the brain suppresses the poor quality image leading to Suppression. Suppression essentially means that the brain ignores the visual signals provided by one eye, typically the weaker eye. This is the primary cause of Amblyopia in kids and adults.
Different spectacle numbers in both eyes leading to distortion in the quality of images coming from both eyes
Clouding of the lens in an infant
Excessive levels of untreated myopia (nearsightedness) or hypermetropia (farsightedness) in both eyes
If left untreated, a lazy eye may worsen and lead to permanent visual impairment. Therefore, treatment aims to improve vision in the lazy eye as early as possible and thereby optimize binocular vision.
But traditional approaches like eye patching or eye drops usually have an incidence of recurrence and can also take years for effective optimal results. Surgery for Amblyopia is only suggested if the child has a cataract or strabismus along with Amblyopia.
Our Bynocs AmblyGo Therapy is a new age revolutionary technology that proves to be the ultimate treatment for Amblyopia in kids.
Bynocs is based on dichoptic vision therapy in which both the eyes are made to view contrast-adjusted images to improve eye coordination. The idea behind this digital treatment is that it trains the brain to perceive the suppressed inputs from the lazy eye and eventually leads to a balanced unanimous binocular vision.
So treat your kid’s Lazy Eye condition with the latest innovative Amblyopia therapy software in 3 Easy Steps:
Register your kid for an online eligibility test. To do so, you have to fill out an online form available on the website.
If eligible, our team helps you contact the nearest Bynocs clinic for your kid’s complete eye evaluation and treatment planning.
Your kid enjoys personal sessions of the AmblyGo program with your eye care practitioner either at the clinic or online from home for 30 mins a day for about 6 weeks.
To attend these therapy sessions, you just need to have the following things:
AlmblyGo can also help kids who undergo surgery for Amblyopia to prevent vision loss. It can be prescribed as a supportive treatment for efficient recovery and to help them regain a more aligned vision.
Patients have reported an 80% to 90% improvement in visual symptoms after just six weeks of using Bynocs AmblyGo!
We offer simple yet advanced eye therapy methods that require minimal equipment. Any eye clinic that has signed up with Bynocs can easily conduct initial evaluations. The therapy sessions can be completed either in the convenience of one’s own home or at the eye clinic.
Besides, these highly progressive technology-based therapy sessions are strictly conducted with the assistance of a professional who is always accessible to you.
So, avail the benefits of our latest innovative Amblyopia therapy software to help your kid regain control of their eyesight.