Corneal Flash Burns (cont.)
Questions to Ask the Doctor
- Have you found a reason for my symptoms?
- Will I develop any scarring or permanent visual loss from a corneal flash burn?
- Is there anything I should do to prevent this injury from happening again?
- What can I expect to feel once the numbing eyedrops have worn off?
- When may I resume my regular activities?
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/31/2015
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