Squints can be embarrassing for young children at school and can cause permanent problems with vision if not treated early enough. Bupa offers surgery for the correction of squints, which can help straighten and improve muscle strength around your child’s eyes.
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What happens during surgical squint correction?
- Muscle recession. This involves detaching the muscle from your child’s eye and moving it further back so that it becomes weakened.
- Muscle resection. This is when a section of the muscle is removed to tighten and strengthen it.