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Infant with congenital esotropia (crossed eyes). Surgery was performed at 13 weeks of age- the youngest patient for strabismus surgery!

19 years after surgery, patient is maintaining excellent alignment after one surgery.

Left eye is turned up and out because of a lost inferior rectus muscle.

After surgery, patient has straight eyes after retrieval of lost muscle.


Patient developed crossed eyes (esotropia) after neuro-surgery and was teased at school.

After surgery, patient has straight eyes and is extremely happy.

Eye turning out (exotropia)

After surgery, patient has excellent alignment and Mom and child very happy.

Right eye turns in and scar on the eye gives unacceptable cosmetic appearance.

After surgery and pigment tattooing of corneal scar, eyes are in good alignment and scar unnoticeable.

Baby with crossed eyes (esotropia) who is farsighted (hyperopic) and needs glasses.

With lenses in place, eyes are aligned! Glasses can sometimes correct crossed eyes (esotropia).

Left head tilt caused by congenital superior oblique palsy (weak eye muscle).

Head tilt corrected after eye muscle surgery.

Dr. Wright with triplets, all requiring glasses to correct crossed eyes (accommodative esotropia)

Triplets and siblings donning prescription sunglasses, important for treatment of accommodative esotropia

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Our center provides state-of-the-art treatment of pediatric eye disorders and strabismus (eye muscle disorders) in adults. As a regional and international referral center for complex strabismus, we pioneer the latest surgical techniques including the use of amniotic membrane transplants for restrictive strabismus in addition to minimally invasive surgical techniques.For patient testimonials regarding our service, please click here.

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