Mr Wisam Muen explains how to tell if your child has a squint. It is important to screen your children's eyes early to make sure they don't have a squint.
What is the difference between amblyopia and squint? Squint is when the eye deviates from its original position. Amblyopia is when the one eye has reduced vision.
Mr Wisam Muen explains what can happen if a squint is left untreated. A squint can become worse over time. It is important to treat a squint in children because their vision is developing.
Mr Wisam Muen explains who is most likely to have a squint. If your child is diagnosed with a squint at an early age, it is important to treat the squint as soon as possible.
How does squint treatment work? The treatment of squint depends on the underlying cause and this can vary from patient to patient.
Strabismus is also known as a "squint". A squint is where the eye can deviate from its normal position. It can affect one eye or both at the same time.
What is a squint? Squint is where the eye can deviate from its normal positions and might only affect one eye, but can also affect both eyes.