Botox squint surgery

The brain finds it difficult to process the different images seen by the eyes, so the lazy eye is ignored, which means gradually the vision in this eye will deteriorate.Most often, one eye turns inwards (convergent squint) or outwards (divergent squint).Lazy eye (amblyopia) can develop out of a squint being left untreated.One eye may turn inwards, outwards, upwards or downwards while the other eye looks forward.Often, the first step to curing a squint is prescribing glasses, and then if the condition persists, the good eye is patched to improve the sight in the weaker eye.In this case, it is not possible to correct the damage after it has been done, which is why it is so important to look out for the signs and visit a GP straight away.My 2 year old has been wearing glasses for 6 months due to having a squint in his left eye and mildly long sighted.The vision in the affected eye gradually deteriorates because the brain ignores the weaker message being sent from that eye.The most obvious sign of a squint is eyes that look in different directions.One optician have said when his eyes develop fully both could improve and he may not need glasses in future when another said he will always need glasses. Been back this week to hospital for eye check and apparently his squint has improved from turning in 50% to 40% with and without his glasses on.Strabismus is the medical term of a squint, a condition where the eyes point in different directions.A squint, also referred to as strabismus, is a condition where one of the eyes looks in a different direction when the other is looking forward.Squints are common in kids, affecting about one in 20 and usually developing in the first 3 years of life.

Therefore could glasses cure his squint fully before his eyes are fully developed?