Guarding Your Vision, Expert Care for Eye Injuries!

Accidents happen, but your vision is irreplaceable! Trust the skilled team at Eyes on 45th to provide the care and attention your eyes need in the event of an eye injury.

Healing Hands

Our top priority is your eye health and recovery. Whether it's a minor scratch or a more severe injury, we're here to provide the care and support you need to heal and see clearly again.

Expert Evaluation

With Eyes on 45th's experienced optometrists and state-of-the-art technology, we thoroughly assess the extent of the injury to provide you with the most effective treatment plan.

Urgent Response

We understand the urgency of eye injuries, and our compassionate team is prepared to address your needs promptly. Swift action can make all the difference in preserving your vision.

See the difference!

Schedule your eye exam today at Eyes on 45th and embrace visual excellence!

Common Types

    • Corneal abrasions: A corneal abrasion is a scratch on the surface of your eye. It’s a common type of eye injury, especially if you wear contact lenses. Symptoms include pain, redness, tearing, and light sensitivity.
    • Foreign body in the eye: A foreign body in the eye is exactly what it sounds like, an object that gets stuck in your eye. It can be anything from a piece of dust to metal shavings. Symptoms include pain, tearing, and the feeling that there is something in your eye.
    • Chemical burns: Chemical burns happen when chemicals come into contact with your eye. This can happen at work if you are exposed to harmful chemicals, or if you accidentally get cleaning products in your eye. Symptoms may include pain, redness, tearing, and swelling.

    These are just some of the common types of eye injuries. There are others such as blunt trauma, penetration injuries, and radiation injuries.

Treating Eye Injuries

The treatment for an eye injury will depend on the type and severity of the injury. Our eye doctors will determine the best course of treatment. For instance, a corneal abrasion may require artificial tears and a patch. Foreign objects in the eye can often be flushed out with a saline solution. More serious injuries may require surgery.

It’s critical to act quickly when you experience an eye injury. The sooner you are seen by an eye doctor, the better the outcome is likely to be. If you have something lodged in your eye, do not try to remove it yourself. This could cause further damage. Also, avoid rubbing your eye, which can worsen the situation.