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Is squint curable?

hello sir i am pramod from mumbai hi have lost my left eye vision in an incident when i was 2 ys old. also Squint (left eye is outer side ) two operation have done in sankar netralaya (chennai) in the age of 10ys . i know that i never see by left but i want to know squint can be normal . now i am 26y old right eye have no problem plz kindly guide me
Asked On : Fri, 19 Feb 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

Hi.. The squint could have occured because of disuse.. Though not normal, it would't cause any other problem..

Answered: Sun, 21 Feb 2010
Ophthalmologist Dr. N. K. Misra's  Response
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this type of squint can occur where there is loss of vision.the eyesight can not be restored but the squint can be surgically cured..Even if squint surgery was done previously it can be corrected again.In such cases the surgery is required for the other eye
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you have lost your vision in LE that means you are now having one eye with have not mentioned what surgeries have been done in sankar.If EARLIER NO SQUINT SURGERY HAS BEEN DONE THEN CHANCES ARE THERE that we can do squint surgey in LE for cosmetic purpose but there are high chances of again squinting of eye after 5-6 you can have squint free time of 5-6 years only.
Answered: Thu, 8 Sep 2011
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