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We Take Emergency Walk-Ins

If you experience an eye emergency, don’t wait! Call or stop by the Eye Center of Houston. Our practice is equipped with state-of-the-art optometric technology. We will examine your eyes thoroughly to diagnose the problem and provide treatment. The sooner that you get treatment for your eyes, the quicker you can have relief and start to feel better. Early detection and treatment of problems can help prevent serious damage to your eyes or vision.

Eye Injuries Examples

We treat many types of eye emergencies, such as:

  • Chemical exposure
  • “Floaters” in the vision
  • Dislodged contact lenses
  • Eye infections (like pink eye)
  • Eye trauma
  • Sudden blurred vision or vision loss
  • Flashes of light in the vision
  • Foreign materials stuck in the eyes
  • Lost or broken contact lenses or eyeglasses
  • Red or painful eyes
  • Scratched eyes

There is no definition of what is or isn’t an emergency; if you feel that you should be seen for any reason, please give us a call. If we diagnose a serious condition that requires the attention of an ophthalmologist, we will refer you to a trusted local specialist.