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Is there a surgery that can cure "crossed eyes" in adults?

Is there a surgery that can cure "crossed eyes" in adults?

Crossed eyes: Yes surgery can be performed to realign the eyes. It would be best to see a stabismologist for definitive evaluation. ...Read more

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Dr. Mitchell Vogel
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Cross Eyed (Definition)

Cross eyed is where the eyes do not both look straight ahead, but are misaligned so one or both point slightly inward. This can cause a person to have double-vision, since the two images from ...Read more


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Eyes feel cross eyed but there not vision is fine don't wear glasses or anything I'm sort of squinting ?

Eyes feel cross eyed but there not vision is fine don't wear glasses or anything I'm sort of squinting ?

Need to see eye dr.: If you have to squint to see better, you are creating the pinhole effect. So time to visit the eye doctor and see what your refractive error is. You may or many not need eye glasses, but it's good to get a complete dilated exam too. ...Read more

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Sometimes my eyes go cross-eyed (when I don't try to do it). What should I do?

Sometimes my eyes go cross-eyed (when I don't try to do it). What should I do?

See an eye doctor: This should not be happening and could be a sign of something sinister. See an ophthalmologist to have it sorted out. ...Read more

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How do people get crossed eyes?

How do people get crossed eyes?

Genetic: This is usually a genetic disorder but it can be successfully treated by a pediatric/strabismus specialist. Good luck. ...Read more

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How come some people get crossed eyes?

How come some people get crossed eyes?

Childhood, acquired: Crossed eyes are out of alignment inwards (esotropia), outwards (exotropia) or vertical (hypertropia). Vision holds the eyes aligned so poor vision will cause one eye to drift if it happens in childhood. Adults will lose alignment when their childhood stability gets disrupted or when they have trauma to the eye muscles or the eye muscle nerves. See a strabismologist ophthalmolgist for answers. ...Read more

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How do lazy eyes and crossed eyes differ?

How do lazy eyes and crossed eyes differ?

Both generic: Both are laymen's term. Lazy eye and crossed eyes refers sometimes to strabismus, the medical term for any misalignment of the eyes (eyes not moving together). Lazy eye is also used to describe amblyopia-an eye with diminished vision usually as a result of a strabismus disorder. People can have a form of strabismus with and without amblyopia. Amblyopia is rare without strabismus. ...Read more

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How can you tell if you have or are crossed eyes, what to do?

How can you tell if you have or are crossed eyes, what to do?

Look in mirror: Many causes of crossed eyes or esotropia are obvious. Crossed eyes do not require treatment unless they are causing some problem such as blurred or double vision. Treatment, when needed, can be glasses, surgery or Botox injections. ...Read more

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What is the best way to get rid of crossed eyes?

What is the best way to get rid of crossed eyes?

3 options: There are many different causes for crossed eyes. Depending on the cause, the problem may go away by itself, glasses may be needed, eye exercises may help, and sometimes surgery may be necessary. An ophthalmologist would determine the exact cause of the crossed eyes and suggest the best way to solve the problem. ...Read more

Dr. James Hocker
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