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Age - Related Macular Degeneration

Blepharitis

Cataracts

CHALAZION OR MEIBOMIAN CYST

DETACHED RETINA

DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

DRY EYES

Ectoprion

Entropion

Flashes and Floaters

Glaucoma

Keratoconus

PTERYGIUM

SQUINT AND AMBLYOPIA

Squint (also known as Strabismus) is the term used when eyes do not work as a team to look in the same direction at the same time. 

  • The most common type of strabismus (squint) is where one eye turns in towards the nose, causing a squint or crossed-eyes.

  • In other cases, one eye turns out towards the side.

  • Sometimes one eye turns up towards the forehead, or down towards the cheek.

  • Sometimes the degree of squint is so slight it is scarcely noticeable.