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Eye seems to be turning out after squint surgery as a child

Question

I had corrective squint surgery when I was a child but I think my eye is turning out in the opposite direction. Is there something the optician can do about this?

Answer Written answer:

There might be. It depends on your represcription. It may be help by altering the power or perhaps eye exercises. As a last resort another operation may be considered. See what your optometrist recommends.

 

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Optician's Biography

Simon Kay BSc(Hons) MCOptom has been a qualified Optometrist for over 35 years, and has a vast experience of almost all aspects of optometry. He joined Specsavers Opticians in 1993 first in Liverpool and for 15 years as a director of Lancaster and Morecambe. He served on many panels and committees whilst a director, including those responsible for IT design and professional advancement. He was regional chairman of the North West directors of Specsavers for over 12 years and as such was involved in almost all aspects of optometry on a business and professional level. He has been involved on the Local Optical Committee for many years and is currently Vice Chairman in his area.
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