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What Are Corneal Abrasions?
What Are the Symptoms of Corneal Abrasions?
- Pain, which may feel worse when you open or close your eye
- A feeling that there is something in your eye
- Sensitivity to light
- Blurred vision or loss of vision
How Are Corneal Abrasions Treated?
Additional Cornea Services
Corneal diseases can affect your eyesight and eye health.
Astigmatism is a common condition where your eye’s cornea or lens is irregularly shaped. Our ophthalmologists can correct your vision to compensate for your astigmatism with glasses and contact lenses, and they also offer refractive cataract surgery options for patients with astigmatism.
Corneal Foreign Bodies
Foreign bodies that become lodged within your eye or cornea should be removed right away. Our ophthalmologists will handle the sensitive removal and ensure that all proper medical care is provided to eliminate any future complications.
Keratoconus can cause distorted, blurry vision. Get treatment and surgery for this corneal condition at Rock Hill Eye Center.
Learn about corneal dystrophy treatment and symptoms from Rock Hill Eye Center.
Corneal ulcers aren't just painful; they can cause permanent damage to your eye.