Emergency Eye Care for the Whole Family

The most important thing to remember with an eye emergency is to seek immediate attention. When it comes to our eyes, early assessment is critical – a timely and accurate assessment can have a direct impact on the prognosis. And in many cases, waiting for diagnosis and treatment may lead to an unfavourable outcome. Timely access to an eye doctor is paramount to ensure an appropriate treatment plan is initiated in a timely fashion.

At the Woodbridge Eye Care Clinic, Dr. Abrams and his staff provide the appropriate diagnosis, assessment and treatment for a variety of medical eye care emergencies. Our team of qualified eye-care professionals serves the communities of Vaughan, Thornhill, and Maple during regular office hours, and with extended late evening hours and Saturday. For a medical eye care emergency that presents outside of our office hours, we recommend going directly to the Emergency Department of your nearest hospital.

Optometrists and Ophthalmologists are best equipped to be able to assess and diagnosis eye emergencies. Whether its something foreign that’s lodged in the eye, or a visual disturbance such as flashing lights or floaters, a timely diagnosis and implementation of a treatment plan is critical for a positive outcome. Should an eye disease be detected, Dr. Abrams has the ability to prescribe and directly treat many conditions. In addition, he has established a network of skilled eye care professionals who specialize in all other aspects of eye disease treatment. Generally, this allows his patients to receive timely attention to all their medical needs.

As a Doctor of Optometry, Dr. Abrams is your professional source for vision care, eye health and eye wear. The Woodbridge Eye Care Clinic can play an important role in maintaining optimum eye health for your whole family. And whether it’s a regular, annual eye exam, or an unforeseeable eye emergency, you can rely on our team of professionals

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