Individuals suffering from eye teaming problems may have an eye that turns in, out, up, or down (strabismus). Binocular vision is a visual skill that allows both of our eyes to point at the same target in space in a precise and coordinated manner. Under normal conditions, the eyes move together as a pair.
This allows for clear, single and comfortable vision for a sustained period of time. Individuals with an eye turn may experience confusion and discomfort as objects may appear double or blurry despite having 20/20 vision. Treatment options include vision therapy, lenses, or surgery.