Squint or strabismus is a condition where the eyes look in different directions, focusing on different objects at the same time. While there are superstitions saying that this condition is lucky, people with squint eyes actually do have a problem — the eyes are misaligned in such a way that when the person looks straight ahead with one eye, the other eye could look inwards, outwards, upwards or downwards.
“Notably, strabismus interferes with normal eye contact, often causing embarrassment, anger, and feelings of awkwardness, thereby affecting social communication in a fundamental way, with a possible negative effect on self esteem”.
We provide surgical correction of most types of squint from pediatric to adult and from cosmetic to functional.
If treated timely the surgery has a good outcome.