Thursday, 18 May 2017

Treatment For Squint Eye

Squint is the condition in which the eyes are looked in different direction. One eye is focusing forward to see the object, while other eye turns either inwards, outwards, upwards, or downwards. Mostly, young children are affected by the squint problem. The medical term for squint is strabismus.

The condition occurs because of improper balance of the muscles that is responsible for movement of eye, damaged nerve signals to the eye muscles and problems in focusing objects. If this imbalance is present then the eye may turn in, turn out, or both and stopping the eyes to properly work together. Squint can occur at any age. An infant can be born with or develop squint soon after birth. 

Symptoms of Squint 

  • Double vision
  • Eye fatigue
  • Overlapping images
  • Blurred images
  • Loss of depth perception
  • Difficulty in reading
Many people having the squint problem have to tilt or turn their head when focusing the object to accurate to inability to focus objects. These people are also feeling difficult to make a direct contact with other people while talking or any other social situation.

 Treatment for Squint

  • Treating visual loss (amblyopia)
  • Glass wearing for accurate vision
  • Surgery to restore binary vision
  • Eye muscle exercise

Benefits of Squint Treatment

  • Improved eye appearance
  • Increased side vision
  • Improved depth perception
Dr. Tony Fernandez eye hospital, Aluva has an expert team of doctors that are qualified and experienced to handle eye surgery. The doctors prescribe right medication, eye exercise and eye yoga to treat the squint. The doctors advise surgery only in the severe case of squint. The surgery provides a significant improvement in the eye alignment and improved eye vision.
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  1. There are various therapy and procedures available to treat squint problem if its detected early stage. Otherwise Squint Surgery or Operation is also available to correct such problems in India.

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