Omni Vision and Learning Center
542 Cedar St, Monticello MN 55362
Phone: 763-314-0664
Fax: 763.314.0665


What is Intermittent Exotropia?
Exotropia — a common type of strabismus — is the outward deviation of an eye (eye turns away from the nose). When the eye turns outward only some of the time, it is called intermittent exotropia. Most exotropia is intermittent. In many cases, the eye turn might only be visible during stressful situations or when the person is tired, ill or anxious

About Intermitten Exotropia

Pros and Cons of Intermittent Exotropia

Treatment of Intermittent Exotropia

Intermittent Exotropia Caused by Common Near Vision Disorder: Convergence Insuffiiciency