Do all Squints require surgery ?

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Not all squints need an operation or surgery, but a squint should always be assessed thoroughly. Depending on the type of squint you have, it may be causing you problems such as double vision, headaches, or concern due to the cosmetic appearance of the eyes.

Your Paediatric Ophthalmologist and strabismologist, Dr Rasheena Bansal, will give you advice on the options you have available in terms of your treatment. The options may include wearing glasses, the use of prisms, vision therapy exercises, surgery, or a combination of these treatments. The type of squint you have will determine the most appropriate treatment options available to you.

Dr. Rasheena Bansal, Paediatric Ophthalmologist & Squint surgeon at PEDIA VISION Children's Eye Care recommends that all children should have their eyes checked once before their first, third, and fifth birthdays. We offer the latest eye treatment for common eye movement and alignment disorders in children such as squint and lazy eye, at the most reasonable cost.

The latest techniques of squint surgery - recession resection, Muscle Plication, Adjustable muscle surgery, Muscle transplantation, Transposition, and oblique muscle surgeries are done here. We also make sure that our patients receive the best of care through our ever-striving attitude towards excellence and high ethical standards