Eye Deviation or Squint Surgery
EYE DEVIATION SURGERY (SQUINT)
Strabismus is the medical term for a condition where a person’s eyes do not align properly when looking at an object. Commonly called “crossed eyes,” people with this condition have one of their eyes turning in, out, up or down. In some cases, an eye may be constant (turning all of the time), or intermittent (turning only some of the time).
Strabismus in children does not go away on its own, but it is treatable in adults. Strabismus patients can be treated by eye glasses, orthoptic exercises, amblyopia treatment, or even surgery in selected cases.