Squint treatment- bharti eye foundation
There are six ocular muscles that control how we move our eyes. Our eyes can rotate by using two muscles to move the eye up and down, two to the left and right, and two more. Our eyes can maintain a single point of focus when eye muscles are functioning normally. However, the eyes do not move in unison when ocular muscle function is compromised. This is referred to as strabismus or squint. The squint (Misalignment) may be horizontal, divergent (outwards), or convergent (inwards) (Up or Down). Squinting can occasionally be brought on by brain problems. Squinting impairs binocular vision as well, making it challenging for a person to understand the stereopsis, or depth or distance, of an object.