What are the treatment methods for amblyopia in children?_Industry News_
Amblyopia is one of the most common eye diseases in children. It not only affects the growth and development of children, but also causes a lot of troubles in children's lives, and even causes great damage to children's vision. Therefore, the method of treating amblyopia in children has also attracted the attention of many parents, society and the country. Let's take a look at the treatment methods for amblyopia in children. Compared with many refractive errors, such as myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, etc., the treatment principle of amblyopia is related to age, that is, the younger the age, the higher the success rate of treatment. Under normal circumstances, children under the age of 12 have better results in the treatment of amblyopia, while patients over 12 years old, the treatment effect is not so good. So for the treatment of amblyopia, the earlier the treatment, the smaller the treatment, the better. For the treatment of amblyopia, the better method is to use glasses, that is, go to the hospital or regular optical shop, get the accurate diopter through optometry, and then wear moderate glasses to improve vision. In addition to glasses treatment, the above methods are also more effective for the treatment of amblyopia. 1. Coverage treatment: After wearing moderate glasses, use a plastic sheet or black cloth as an eye mask to cover the glasses, and look at objects through the cloth, so that amblyopia can be exercised, thereby increasing vision. 2. Afterimage therapy: Customize a virtual scene in the distance and integrate it with computer animation to eliminate the inhibitory effect of cells in the macular area of u200bu200bthe fundus to varying degrees, thereby correcting eccentric stubbornness and improving eyesight. 3. Ultrasound therapy: The ultrasonic wave emitted by the ultrasonic instrument is used to stimulate the cells in the macular area of u200bu200bthe eye, thereby improving the supply of local blood vessels in the eye, relieving visual fatigue, controlling the occurrence of myopia and accelerating the treatment of amblyopia. In addition to the above, the 'Suppressed far and near method' is also one of the commonly used methods for the treatment of amblyopia. This method is mainly aimed at amblyopia patients with visual acuity of 0.3 or 0.4. By treating retinal abnormalities, it can improve visual acuity and eliminate patients with amblyopia.