I am having a squint in my right eye. It is turned inwards by birth and I have no vision in my right eye. My left eye is 100% perfect. I met an eye specialist. He checked my squint and told that my vision is not recoverable. He advised me to get cosmetic eye muscle surgery. He said it involved with two muscles. I have attached my checkup reports, scan reports, orthoptic assessment documents, cover test details and other documents. Please check those and advise whether I can go ahead for the surgery. After Surgery, will ocular movements full and free? Will both eye work at the same time? After surgery, will my eye turn inwards again or will it look perfect? After surgery, Can other people guess that I had squint earlier? To repair two muscles, how many hours it will take? Can you share your experience? I am neither on medication nor using spectacles. Thank you.
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I have gone through the documents and reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
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Thank you doctor,
If my surgeon do surgery in my right eye (squint eye), will it affect my left eye too? Is this safe? Will the movements be limited? At least, can we see a little difference after surgery in alignment and ocular movements? I am going to get married after seven months. What does my orthoptic assessment say?
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