Children need strong eyesight.

Vision is one of the most important human senses and develops as children get older. Children need strong vision, especially in the visually demanding world they live in.

Amblyopia (lazy eye) is the most common cause of vision loss in children.

5 in 100 children without other developmental problems and about 1 in 2 children with developmental problems have amblyopia.

Fortunately, amblyopia can be completely cured as long as it is diagnosed in the preschool years and treated effectively.

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How is Amblyopia treated?

Until today, the treatment of amblyopia was unfortunately a one-way street!

It required long hours of covering the good eye, for years, resulting in many children refusing to cooperate or even giving up the effort due to fatigue.

The cooperation of the child is the most important factor in the success of treating Amblyopia!

Poor child cooperation leads to treatment failure and dooms the child to impaired vision for the rest of his/her life.


Amblyoplay is a treatment program based on the latest scientific data.

The child strengthens his vision by playing fun games designed according to his individual medical needs, WITHOUT damaging an eye.

AmblyoPlay can help in various conditions such as:


  • Mild Strabismus
  • Convergence deficiency
  • Inability to bifocal cooperation
  • Oculomotor Dysfunction
  • Focusing deficiency

Can it be applied at any age?

AmblyoPlay can be applied to children of preschool (over 3 years old), school age, adolescents and adults who want to improve the quality of their vision.

Only 30 minutes a day

The child plays the specially designed games ONLY for 30 minutes a day, 7 days a week.

At home

The program is installed on the child’s tablet or computer so they can do the exercises at home or wherever they are.

The key to success: The program is effective, with the main key to success being the cooperation of the children. The fun games and the short amount of binocular exercise time each day guarantee success. Let children gain strong vision by PLAYING!