Strabismus is a visual defect in which the eyes are not straight. There is deviation of one or both eyes. The misalignment may always be noticeable or may appear and disappear.
- Defect of neuro and muscles that controlled eye movement.
- Congenital defects in eye muscles.
- Low vision in one eye because of cataract or retinal diseases.
- To preserve vision.
- To straighten the eyes.
- To restore binocular vision
- Eye Glasses
- Botox injection
- Children do not "outgrow" strabismus.
- Ophthalmologist should examine children with suspected, strabismus, immediately.
- Generally, amblyopia treatment takes preference over strabismus treatment.
- Strabismus Treatment may be non-surgical and include eye drops, glasses, exercises or patching.
- The earlier strabismus surgical treatment, the better chance of normal binocular vision development.
- Straightening of eyes is possible at any age resulting better peripheral vision.