My daughter was recently diagnosed with accomodative esotropia, and\nhas been prescribed glasses. This diagnosis has been confirmed via a\nsecond opinion visit to another doctor.\n\nQuestion is, for a moderate case of accomodative esotropia, how many\nyears should the child be expected to wear glasses? Are there other\ntreatments available? Why can't strabismus surgery be used to\nstraighten the eyes? These are all questions I wanted to ask the 2\ndocs, but they were both very pompous for some reason.