Corneal Flash Burns (cont.)
Self-Care at Home
- If you are experiencing eye pain and wear contact lenses, remove them immediately.
- Sunglasses may help if your eyes are sensitive to light.
- Over-the-counter artificial tears or lubricants may improve the discomfort in your eye.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 5/28/2014
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