What is a squint?

A squint is a misalignment of the eyes. Our eyes are meant to be parallel and if our eyes are not parallel, that’s known as a squint. And the alignment may be in any direction – the eye may point in or they may point out or moreover they may point up or down.

And the problem with the squint is that they may cause double vision and double vision can be very disabling. Or it may be a cosmetic and unsightly problem. And in today’s society, where we are interacting with people, it’s a problem if your eyes are not aligned – people feel very embarrassed and uncomfortable by it.

More about Robert Morris

Rob Morris is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at The Grange Eye Consultants. His special expertise is in cataract and refractive surgery, including Refractive Lens Exchange, and adult squint. He has over 30 years experience in treating people with eye problems. Rob Morris founded Grange Eye Consultants to manage the increasing demand for more complex refractive surgery. He leads clinical trials investigating novel eye treatments. He is currently Medical Director at Optegra Eye Hospitals.

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Grange Eye Consultants are a group of three expert eye surgeons based in London and the Southeast. We are a group of reputable eye surgeons who provide quality patient care for excellent patient outcomes. Our skill and experience mean we can offer a choice of eye surgery. We offer the latest Laser Eye Surgery and Lens Replacement procedures. We've also performed thousands of cataract surgeries.