Steps To Take After An Eye Injury To Reduce Eye Pain/Strain

An injury to your eye, whether large or small, can make even the simplest task simply impossible. Others that are more common and more serious may require immediate treatment such as surgery to prevent your suffering permanent eye damage and loss of vision. The more minor issues, such as surface scratches, may only need some monitoring following a visit to your eye doctor, just to make sure no complications come about after the fact.  

Today we are going to talk about eye injuries and the steps you will need to take if you are affected by such an injury. 

We want to mention prevention first, of course, and encourage everyone to use protective eyewear, such as sunglasses, safety goggles, or glasses as a best practice to keeping your eyes safe from injury, both short- and long-term, as well as scheduling regular eye exams to monitor your overall eye health.

Scratched Eye

Foreign or Penetrating Object

Caustic Foreign Substance

Eye Bleeding

Your eyesight is precious. You should treat these and all other eye injuries as potential emergencies, and never hesitate to call your eye doctor. Here at Classic Vision Care, we are committed to the health and safety of your eyes, and we are always ready to help. If you would like to set up your next eye appointment, you can reach us at (770) 499-2020.

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