“No vision, no mission!” You need clear vision to accomplish your mission — whatever that mission is. This is why you should seek immediate professional help when eye emergencies arise.
Seeking Eye Medical Care – When is the Right Time?
Some of the indicators that you need immediate eye care include visual disturbance, continuing painful symptoms, and in the worst scenario bleeding in your eyes — you should not delay a moment longer to see an ophthalmologist. He or she is an eye-care/eye-surgery expert. You should still contact the eye care expert if you have other symptoms that may look mild.
Call your Ophthalmologist to get immediate and effective help for:
Our ophthalmologist can help diagnose you for subconjunctival hemorrhage, even if you can’t really say for sure whether or not you’re suffering from the condition. It’s not a condition that needs instant medical attention.
Chemical exposure or contact requires the eye specialist’s attention. This is particularly necessary when fewer symptoms are still present after washing your eyes thoroughly. Your ophthalmologist will help determine the severity of the exposure and the proper eye care that you need.
If you experience persisting pain and blurred vision following an eye surgery, you should never ignore such warning signs but should see our eye specialists for prompt eye exam and eye care. Your ophthalmologist is likely to attend to your condition in the office. You can also visit the emergency unit of the hospital.
Take Advantage of Our Innovative Eye Care Equipments and Devices
Our extensive line of eye care equipments, coupled with professionalism and cost effectiveness are the reasons people are troop in from far and near to get our eye care services. Some of these pieces of equipment include Visual Field Testing – deployed for emergency case diagnosis.