Common Causes of Eye Infections

Infections in your eye occur when bacteria, fungi, and viruses invade any part of your eyeball or that surround the area, including the cornea and the lining of the inner and outer eye. These types of events will cause a lot of pain and discomfort and can severely affect your eyesight, making even the simplest task just impossible to complete.

The symptoms of an eye infection will include:

You should contact your eye doctor right away once it becomes apparent that you are dealing with an eye infection. There are many different types of eye infections, and an eye doctor will have the experience and knowledge to determine which kind of infection you have so that the proper treatment can be prescribed.

Some causes and types of eye infections are:

A few ways to lessen the discomfort you experience from an eye infection can include:

Here at Classic Vision Care, we understand how important the gift of sight is, and we always strive to provide the very best in eye care to each and every patient. Classic Vision Care serves patients throughout the metro Atlanta area, providing optometry services to people in Vinings, West Paces Ferry, Smyrna, and East Cobb. To learn more about the services we have available here at Classic Vision Care, schedule a consultation online, or call our office today!

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