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Strabismus, Squint (4.30 Eye) Is Treatable. by Priceless200(f): 1:01pm On Feb 20, 2019
Squint, medically know as Strabismus as shown in the pictures below is actually not a permanent condition. It can be treated.

This eye condition mainly arises due to an incorrect balance of muscles, refractive error, childhood illnesses, nerve palsy etc..

At the Indians owned 'Thelish eye center' in Kaduna, the best eye clinic in Nigeria I must say, especially when it comes to surgery. It costs about 500,000 (five hundred) thousand naira to carry out a squint surgery on a child.

Have you or any one you know had a squint surgery before? Outside or within Nigeria.

How much did it cost?

How is the result afterwards?

Any recommendations?



Read more on this eye condition here.

[How Can Squint be Corrected? | Max Hospital] is good,have a look at it! https://www.maxhealthcare.in/blogs/eye-care-ophthalmology/how-can-squint-be-corrected

Lalastica

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