Eye Infections

Eye infections cover a broad range, from an annoying irritation to serious sight threatening conditions. Bacterial infections will usually respond well to antibiotic eye drops. Viral infections are much more common than bacterial, can be much more difficult to treat and tend to last longer. Fungal eye infections, while rare, can create an extremely serious threat to vision.

As a general rule, a red, irritated eye that does not get better should be seen by a doctor within a couple of days. A contact lens should NOT be worn on a red, irritated eye. New eye drops, both prescription and non-prescription, are constantly being developed. They are giving us improved medical options as we treat our patients' eye infections.

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