Everyone has a right to see the world Clearly.
We believe that everyone should be able to enjoy optimal eyesight. That is why we have tried to provide the highest possible eye care services.
Why Squint Surgery from Eyemantra?
Free Surgery Consultation
Laser Painless Procedure
EMI / Cashless Facilities
Free Post Surgery Consultation
Dedicated Care Companion
Most Affordable Surgery
Symptoms of Squint
Types of Squint
When the eye turns inwards, or it turns towards the nose.
When the eye turns outwards, or turns away from nose.
When the eye turns upwards, one eye is higher than other.
When the eye turns down, one eye is lower than other.
Cost of Squint Treatment
|Squint Check Up||500|
|Squint Orthoptic Exercises||1,000|
|Squint Surgery for 1 Muscles||20,000|
|Squint Surgery for 2 Muscles||25,000|
|Squint Surgery for 3 Muscles||30,000|
Hear from our Patients & Doctors
“I had been suffering from severe squint since childhood and had consulted many doctors but to no avail. It was only after I met Dr. Jain at Eyemantra that my problem was finally diagnosed and treated successfully. I am extremely grateful to her for expertise and dedicated care.”
– Rahul Garg
Frequently Asked Question's
Squint surgery is one of the most common types of eye surgery. It is usually performed to improve the cosmetic appearance of the eyes and to improve vision. The goal of squint surgery is to realign the eyes so that they are pointing in the same direction. This can be done by changing the position of the muscles that control eye movement or by removing the tissue that is blocking the line of sight. There are a number of different surgical techniques that can be used to treat squint, and the type of surgery that is best for you will depend on the cause of your squint and the severity of your condition.
Squint surgery is usually performed as an outpatient procedure, which means that you will be able to go home the same day. The surgery itself usually takes less than an hour, but you may need to stay in the hospital for a few hours afterwards so that your doctor can monitor your recovery.
It is possible to correct squint with a glass, but this method is not as effective as surgery. A glass can help improve the cosmetic appearance of the eyes, but it will not change the position of the eyes or improve vision.