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An eye emergency can put your vision and eye health at risk. We understand that emergencies can be scary, and we’re always here to help. 

If you experience an eye emergency, visit Center For Sight as soon as possible. If our office is closed, please visit your nearest emergency clinic. Taking immediate action can help preserve your vision and keep you from experiencing unnecessary pain.

When Is It an Emergency?

Sometimes it can be difficult to know what’s an emergency and what isn’t. To be safe, always seek medical help as soon as possible if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Bleeding from the eyes
  • Extreme itchiness
  • Eye trauma
  • Foreign body in the eye
  • Discharge or crustiness
  • Bruising around the eye
  • Chemical splash
  • Scratches or cuts
  • Enlarged pupils
  • Eye pain or soreness

What to Do in an Emergency 

Emergencies can happen to anyone at any time, so it’s important to be prepared. In an emergency, visiting a medical professional as soon as possible should be your first priority. Please give us a call, tell us what’s happened, and we can begin to get you the help you need. On your way to our practice, avoid doing any of the following:

  • Attempting to remove foreign objects
  • Putting medications or drops in your eyes
  • Using tweezers or other tools near the eye
  • Rubbing or applying pressure to your eyes

We’re One Call Away 

If you’re having an eye-related emergency, please contact us immediately, and we will do our best to help you. Our team has access to the latest technology to help preserve and protect your vision. 

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