Cross Eyes

Updated: Aug 6

Strabismus, also known as cross eyes, is an eye condition where both eyes do not look at the same place at the same time, and it occurs when your eyes have poor muscle control. If the eyes are not properly realigned, they may lead to lazy eyes in the long run. There are 2 types of strabismus, mainly accommodative esotropia and intermittent exotropia.

The most common causes of strabismus are: family history, previous medical conditions, and high refractive error.

Strabismus not only causes eyes to be strained, but may also lead to psychosocial difficulties and emotional distress, as it affects one's physical appearance. Having a pair of misaligned eyes can lead to children having no confidence in their looks.

As such, it is important to treat strabismus as soon as it is detected, for a higher chance of success rate, as the success rate decreases as one gets older.

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