FAQ

Question:

How does eye muscle surgery work?

Answer:

Eye muscle surgery is one treatment option to rectify a condition called strabismus, which is a muscle imbalance that can cause one or both eyes to cross inward or outward. During the procedure, the surgeon uses a lid speculum to hold open the eye. The surgeon makes an incision in the conjunctiva to access the eye muscles and then uses a hook to isolate the muscles, either tightening or loosening as needed.

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