Squint Management

A

squint

, or strabismus, occurs when the two eyes are not looking in the same direction (‘

crossed eyes

’). Squint management may involve prescribing glasses if there is a focusing error, particularly with

long-sightedness

. Surgery may be required to move the eye muscles to straighten the eye and have each eye working equally. In children, surgery is usually performed between the ages of six months and four years, and in adults it may be performed at any time once the squint has stabilised. Surgery is performed by an

Ophthalmologist

.

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