Corneal Ulcer Treatment Blackfoot ID

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Kristan Sparks OD
Bear River Vision
(208) 357-5733
169 S Emerson Ave
Shelley, ID
 
Douglas Hilborn OD
Associated Westside Optical
(208) 529-4367
1991 W Broadway St # 2
Idaho Falls, ID
 
Dennis N Marshall
(208) 785-3063
745 W Bridge St Ste A
Blackfoot, ID
Services
Optometrist

StanleyMatsuura,O.D.
(208) 785-7274
34 S E Main Street,P.O. Box 1052
Blackfoot, ID
 
Complete Family Eye Care
Dr. Cody Jones
(208) 785-7274
34 SE Main St., Ste. 101
Blackfoot, ID
 
Carol Hilborn OD
Advantage Eye Ctr
(208) 529-4333
1991 W Broadway St # 2
Idaho Falls, ID
 
Dr.Jared Birch
(208) 529-4333
1689 Pancheri Drive
Idaho Falls, ID
Gender
M
Speciality
Optometrist
General Information
Accepting New Patients: Yes
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Stanley Matsurra
(208) 785-7274
34 Se Main St
Blackfoot, ID
Services
Optometrist

Leon Peterson OD
(208) 785-2210
310 W Idaho St
Blackfoot, ID
Services
Optometrist

ShemayneS. McCarthy,O.D.
(208) 785-7274
34 S E Main Street,P.O. Box 1052
Blackfoot, ID
 
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Corneal Ulcer

A corneal ulcer is a deep infection in the cornea, the clear, front surface of the eye. The infection usually develops from wearing contact lenses or after the cornea is scratched by an object such as fingernail (a corneal abrasion). The type of organism causing the infection is usually a bacterium or fungus. Corneal ulcers can be very aggressive and harmful if not found early and treated appropriately by an eye doctor.

Symptoms You May Experience:
If you develop a corneal ulcer, you may notice a decrease in your vision, tearing, milky or colored eye discharge, eye pain or redness, or sensitivity to light. You may see a white spot on the normally clear cornea...

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