2. Contact lenses

Contact lenses are an excellent cheaper alternative for people. Many amblyopic patients can't stand the feeling of having something on their head. Thus, contact lenses only cover the retina section of the eye. This is much easier for the eyeball to handle.

Usually, patients with amblyopia have two different corrective lenses on their eyes. You can choose between monthly and daily lenses. Monthly lenses are more expensive, but you don't have to go through the hassle of changing them every day.



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