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Squint Eye Correction

Squint Eye Correction

Squint Eye Correction

Squint, also known as strabismus, occurs when the eyes are misaligned and do not point in the same direction. One eye may turn inward, outward, upward, or downward while the other eye focuses on a specific object. Squint can lead to double vision and may affect depth perception. It often develops in childhood, but it can also occur in adults.

It’s important to note that early intervention is key in the management of squint, especially in children. Timely treatment can help prevent complications and promote the development of normal binocular vision.

If you suspect a squint in yourself or your child, it is recommended to consult with an eye care professional, such as an optometrist or ophthalmologist. They can perform a thorough eye examination to determine the type and cause of the squint and recommend an appropriate treatment plan.

Squint Eye Correction at Retivision Superspeciality Eye Centre

If the squint is related to refractive errors (nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism)

Vision therapy involves a series of eye exercises and activities to improve eye coordination

Prism lenses can be added to glasses to redirect light entering the eyes, reducing strain on the eye muscles

Surgical correction is often considered when other methods are not successful or when the squint is too severe