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Do you have an Eye Emergency?

 Eye emergencies include flashes of light, floaters in the vision, cuts, scratches, foreign bodies, burns, severe eye pain, chemical exposure, and blunt injuries to the eyes or eyelids. Since the eye is easily damaged, any of these conditions can lead to vision loss if left untreated.

We always have a doctor on call. Please call our office at (603) 226-0855 if you experience any of the following.

  • Sudden vision loss
  • Flashes/Floaters
  • Foreign body
  • Bleeding or other discharge from in or around the eye
  • Sensitivity to light
  • Unusual redness
  • Pupils of unequal size
  • Sensation of something in the eye
  • Double vision
  • Cloudy, foggy, or reduced vision
  • Burning or unusual itching of the eye

If you call our office after we are closed, our answering service will take your information and one of our Optometrists will call you back.

If you have a life threatening emergency, you should call 911 ASAP