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Eye emergencies are rare, but they can and do happen. Here are a few of the most common eye emergencies our Spartanburg optometry team evaluates and treats. In the best interest of your health, we may also refer you to other healthcare professionals as needed on a case-by-case basis:
Please note that this is not an all-inclusive list! Any sudden and significant changes to your vision should be considered an urgent situation.
True emergencies require immediate attention. The earlier treatment can occur, the less risk will be for permanent damage or vision loss. So, if you or a loved one experience an eye emergency and is in need of emergency eye care, then call an emergency eye clinic immediately, or 911. We actually recommend storing our number to your phone to minimize the delay of care.
Based on the information you tell us on the phone about your eye symptoms and situation, we'll be able to advise you on the necessary steps you need to take to get appropriate treatment. As mentioned, we may recommend you come to see us for help. Or, if your eye emergency is more serious in nature or requires medical attention, we'll be able to connect you with an emergency ophthalmology team in the area or advise you to head to a nearby hospital.
Eyes on Henry is a leading walk-in eye clinic serving Spartanburg and surrounding South Carolina communities, voted one of the best area optometry practices in 2015. If you'd like to schedule an appointment with a Spartanburg optometrist or learn more about our vision and eye care services, then contact us today by calling 864-585-0208. Be sure to ask about our current special offers, including our buy one pair of no-glare glasses; get a second pair 50% off!