eye emergencies

are you having an ocular emergency?

Please call our office immediately for further instructions.

Symptoms that require emergency service include, but are not limited to:

  • Sudden loss of vision
  • Double vision
  • Discharge or Swelling
  • Discharge or Swelling
  • Onset of Flashing and/or New Floaters
  • Foreign body in the eye (especially metal or chemicals)

Things NOT to do while waiting for professional medical assistance:

  1. DO NOT press on an injured eye or allow the victim to rub the eye(s).
  2. DO NOT attempt to remove a foreign body that is resting on the cornea (the clear surface of the eye through which we see) or that appears to be embedded in any part of the eye.
  3. DO NOT use dry cotton (including cotton swabs) or sharp instruments (such as tweezers) on the eye.
  4. DO NOT attempt to remove an embedded object.

Your eyes are a sensitive and critical organ for your health and small injuries or damage to your eyes can have lasting effects. For this reason, if you sense that something is wrong with your eyes, it’s always a good idea to visit your eye care professional.

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