Strabismus is a condition in which the eyes do not properly align with each other when looking at an object. When vision is normal (binocular vision), the two eyes focus on the same spot and the brain combines the images of the both eyes into a single, three-dimensional image which results in depth perception. When one of the eyes is not in its normal visual axis, two different images are sent to the brain. This eye disorder is common in children, especially in those with a family history and is simply treated. As age increases, the treatment process will be complicated and will face the person with social constraints and secondary complications of vision. Strabismus subspecialty clinic of Noor Eye Hospital provides these services with the presence of experienced ophthalmologists and the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools.