Emergency Eye Care in Stoney Creek

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What Constitutes an Eye Emergency?

An eye emergency occurs whenever there is an urgent risk to your ocular health or vision. Since eye emergencies are time-sensitive, you should contact your optometrist immediately.

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What Are Some Examples of Eye Emergencies?

  • Sudden loss of vision (either partial or complete)
  • Sudden appearance of floaters, flashes, and blurry patches over large areas of your vision
  • Abrupt or intense pain in one or both eyes
  • Unexpected headaches or dizziness
  • Acute inflammation in the vicinity of one or both eyes

What to Do in an Eye Emergency

Eye emergencies cannot wait. Find professional medical care right away if you or someone you know is experiencing an eye emergency.

Perception Eyecare can assist with a wide variety of eye emergencies. We also schedule follow-up exams to aid in the smooth recovery of anyone who comes to us for emergency eye care.

If you are unsure whether your situation is an eye emergency, assume that it is and act quickly. Call us at (289) 309-1090 or visit our location at 35 Upper Centennial Pkwy, Unit 1B, Stoney Creek, ON, so we can provide you with assistance. If you’re unable to see us, go to the closest emergency room.

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Our Location in Stoney Creek

Where to Find Us?

You can find Perception Eyecare in the Southmount Health Care Centre in the Fortinos Plaza.

Where To Park?

We’re located in a standalone health centre with ample free parking on 3 sides of the building.

Our Address

35 Upper Centennial Parkway,
Unit 1B

Stoney Creek, ON L8J 3W2

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Hours of Operation

Monday
9 AM5 PM
Tuesday
10 AM7 PM
Wednesday
9 AM5 PM
Thursday
10 AM7 PM
Friday
9 AM5 PM
Saturday
9 AM2 PM
Sunday
Closed

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