Whats the treatment for squint in left eye.

Strabismus surgery. Rarely glasses will fix the problem at your age, but outpatient surgery will correct it. I would suggest an experienced strabismus (eye muscle surgery) specialist.
Strabismus surgery. It depends on the underlying cause, usually strabismus surgery is the treatment of choice. Sometimes glasses help.
Depends. Depends on the cause, if squinting because needs glasses then the glasses prescription will help. Squinting can be caused by trying to suppress one eye to prevent double vision. This would have to be evaluated by an ophthalmologist foe treatment.

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Is there a cure for the squint in my left eye?

Squint. If you mean an outward or inward turning eye, then yes it can be corrected cosmetically surgically. However, if the eye is a weak eye, there is no treatment to correct the vision past 7 years old. Read more...

I have a little squint in my left eye. Sometimes it becomes very visible to others but some times it comes at accurate position. Reason? How to cure?

Possibly glasses. Treatment depends on whether the eye is turning in or out. Often the eyes can maintain alignment, but if fatigued, tired, or in some cases speaking or thinking, the eye will drift. You may not be aware except by an observer's reaction. In some cases glasses may help maintain alignment, and rarely eye exercises can help. See an eye care provider with experience in this area to be evaluated. Read more...

How do I make my left eye not squint when I smile; but without makeup or surgery?

It depends. Seek out an ophthalmologist or a facial plastic surgeon to see if there is a reason for this (other than normal function). Good luck and have a great day! Read more...

My son 5 yrs old has squint non accomdative in left eye he is operated 2 times but we found no difference please guide us.

Depends . There are many causes for unsatisfactory eye muscle surgery. My usual suggestion for someone who has had two failures at one clinic is to get a second opinion to be sure there is nothing overlooked. Read more...
More surgery. Depending on the size of the esotropia he may need more surgery. Unfortunately strabismus surgery is not always 100 % successful. Read more...

I've had 2 operations in 15yrs to correct a squint in my left eye my eye has never felt the same since could there be something wrong?

Different? Anytime you have surgery, you are never going to be the same as prior. You will notice difference. Check with your ophthalmologist. Most likely you are feeling scar tissue. This is formed whenever the body is cut on. It's how we heal. Read more...
Operations. It is true that scar tissue can often make your eye feel different, however it could also be a surface disease problems such as dry eye. You should have your ophthalmologist look at your eyes to see if medications or artificial tears may help you feel more normal. Read more...

I (21 yr old) have squint (extropia) in my left eye. I have done patching for 10 days. Now sudden when I rorate my left eye I can see it blurry i.E. 6/12.

Not necessary nor. Useful to patch your eye. At your age it will not improve exotropia nor the lazy eye. Blurring probably unrelated to patching. But if it persist see your ophthalmologist. Read more...
Supression. Your outward deviating eye is supressed, otherwise you would be seeing double all the time. Patching can bring the vision in the supressed eye up to the best level it had prior to become 8 years of age (when everything gets fixed). But the supression will continue preventing double vision. Read more...