Squint is the condition of the eyes in which the muscles of the eye are weak, which is why the eyeball is forced to focus in a different direction, while the vision of the health eye is focused on a central straight path. Generally, squint is seen in only one eye of an individual. This means that one of the eyes performs absolutely fine, with the other eye being deviated from its normal position. This means that the affected eye will look upwards, downwards, inwards, or outwards, but not on the central focal path. And, it is only rare that both the eyes of an individual will suffer from the condition. Whatever the condition, and whether one or both eyes are affected, there is nothing to worry, as this problem is easily curable.