Doctor performing Squint surgery at Eye-Q speciality eye clinic

Squint Surgery

Squint (Strabismus) is present in about 4% of children across the globe. Squint is the misalignment of the eye where the two eyes are pointed in different directions. This may be hereditary, which can be due to poor development of eye muscle, injury, and several other reasons. Early treatment can rectify the essential and normal visual development. EYE-Q hospitals have experienced eye doctors for a child’s evaluation and squint treatment. Below are some of the common types of squint and that can be treated.