Eye Emergency

Eye emergencies can happen at any time, and it is important to be prepared. Whether you are dealing with a foreign object in the eye or a chemical burn, or a severe eye allergy, there are steps you can take to minimize the damage and seek proper medical treatment.


Eye Emergencies, Eye Infection, and Vision Loss

Eye Emergencies can include:
  • foreign bodies on or in the eye
  • injuries or abrasions
  • infections
  • sudden pain
  • sudden vision loss
  • new floaters in the vision
  • flashing lights in the vision


Steps to Minimize Eye Damage

First, try to remain calm and avoid rubbing the eye, as this can exacerbate the problem. If there is a foreign object in the eye, gently remove it with clean tweezers. If the eye is irritated or red, flush it with clean water for several minutes. If you suspect an eye inquiry, seek immediate medical attention. By taking quick and appropriate action, you can help ensure that your emergency does not turn into a more serious vision problem.



What To Do In An Emergency

Should you experience any of the listed symptoms, or anything abnormal with your eyes or vision, please call Scott Eye Care immediately at 337-704-2260.
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Contact Info

5511 Cameron Street
Scott, LA 70583
Phone (Call or Text): 337-704-2260
Fax: 337-706-8172
Email: scotteyecare@gmail.com

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