Squint is the most common eye disease for children, strabismus occurs when the direction of the eyes is different, for example, one of the eyes may be healthy and the direction of looking in it straight, while the direction of looking in the other eye is inward, outward, downward, or upward, and the reason for This is the incompatibility of the eye muscles.

Children may have squint from birth, or it may appear later with the child’s age, and it is worth noting that the eye affected by squint may not develop normally afterwards.
To ensure the health of our children’s eyes and to avoid eye problems, it is recommended to conduct a periodic examination of the child’s eyes at the specialist ophthalmologist every 3 to 6 months, maximum.

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