Common Eye Injuries

Common Eye Injuries Treated at the Redding Eye care Center

It is important for everyone to make sure they have access to comprehensive eye care services. This starts by completing a preventative eye care visit regularly. The point of this visit is to try to prevent issues from happening in the future. At the same time, we also understand that emergency eye issues can also develop. There are a number of common eye injuries that people may develop. The dedicated team from Redding Eye care Center is here to make sure that everyone in Redding, CA has access to optometry care. 

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Common Eye Injuries

There are a number of common eye injuries that we see in our offices from time to time. Some of the most common challenges that we face include the following:

The first is a foreign object that penetrates someone’s eyes. There are a number of common foreign bodies that people can get in their eyes. These include pieces of metal, sparks, and grains of sand. These foreign bodies have the potential to cause tremendous damage to the eyes. They can also scratch the cornea. A trained optometrist knows how to identify these foreign bodies and remove them safely.

Another common, but serious, eye injury that we see on a regular basis is called an open globe injury. The eye is structured in the shape of a globe. This globe is held in place by the bones around the eye. If there is a fracture of the orbit, this can cause the liquid of the eye, called the aqueous humor, to leak. This is an ocular emergency that requires the attention of a trained eye care professional immediately.

Finally, a common eye injury that we see in our office is a black eye. A black eye can develop when someone sustains a direct blow to the eye itself. This causes superficial blood vessels in and around the eye to rupture, leading to the black appearance. Over time, this appearance will fade gradually. Some people might require ice, heat, or medications to control the swelling, pain, and discomfort that can develop following this injury. With time, the injury will make a full recovery.

Trust the Experience of Redding Eye care Center

These are only a few of the many eye injuries that we see from time to time. It is important for everyone to make sure these injuries are treated in an appropriate manner. The faster these entries are diagnosed and treated; the sooner individuals will be able to make a full recovery. Anyone who would like to learn more about eye injuries and their treatment should call Redding Eye care Center in Redding, CA today to schedule an appointment. Don’t hesitate, call now at

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