Trust Our Team to Help
During eye care emergencies, tension and emotions can seem overwhelming. Our team is here to provide a calm and relaxed approach to the treatment you or your loved ones need.
While a situation may not always seem like an emergency right away, it’s important not to dismiss any early symptoms—no matter how small. If not treated or managed early, eye emergencies can lead to serious problems, including vision loss.
If you’re dealing with an eye care emergency, call us immediately and visit our practice.
Before You Visit Us
When you’re dealing with an eye care emergency, it’s important to remain calm and not try to solve the issue yourself. Our eyes are extremely delicate, making it best for professionals to deal with emergency situations.
Please avoid doing the following before visiting for emergency eye care:
- Rubbing or applying pressure to your eyes
- Attempting to remove foreign objects that are stuck in your eyes
- Placing any tools (like tweezers) near your eyes
- Putting medications or ointments in your eye
What is Considered an Emergency?
Eye Emergency Symptoms
If you’re experiencing the following symptoms, you may be dealing with an eye care emergency:
- Sudden vision loss
- Burning or stinging
- Double vision
- Different sized pupils
- Eye bulging
- Eye pain
- Redness and irritation
- Light sensitivity
- Bleeding from the eye
- Eye discharge
- Severe itching
- New or severe headaches
- Bruising around the eye