WHAT IS STRABISMUS?
Strabismus is the misalignment of the eyes (one or both at the same time) and occurs due to the lack of coordination between the eye muscles. Its most direct consequences are loss of depth and incorrect binocular perception. Strabismus is mainly a child pathology.
Procedures to correct strabismus include patches on the healthy eye to correct the lazy eye, or it can also be corrected with appropriate glasses or contact lenses. Another solution to treat complex strabismus is surgery, which strengthens or weakens certain eye muscles until correct alignment is achieved. It has also been discovered that the application of botox can eliminate or diminish the present deviation.