Retinal detachment is a very serious condition that can lead to severe visual impairment and even blindness. It should be treated as an emergency. Symptoms of a retinal tear or detachment include:
- Flashes of light on the outer edges of the central field of vision
- Sudden increase in the number of observed floaters
- Heavy feeling in the eye
- A shadow or veil-like image moving from your peripheral vision toward your central field of vision
- Blurry vision
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If you are experiencing these symptoms, it could be a retinal detachment or retina tear. Please call us to schedule an emergency visit. We offer treatment options to maintain your vision, but prompt emergency care is critical.