Strabismus or more commonly referred to as Squint is a condition in which a person’s eyes are not properly aligned. While one eye is focussed on a particular spot, the other eye may focus in another direction. This condition is caused due to the incoordination between the muscles controlling the movement of the eyes.
The type of Strabismus are categorised by position of the eyes
An early diagnosis of Strabismus will help you get an effective treatment.
After care following the Surgery
Following surgery, an eye pad must be put over the respective eye and can be removed when suggested. The aim is to return to daily activities at the earliest. Eye drops will be prescribed for a period of about four weeks to reduce the swelling. There are no restrictions to diet and normal routine activities.
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