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Emergencias Oculares

Emergencias de los ojos - Optometristas en City, State Abbreviation

Ofrecemos servicios de emergencia que requieren atención inmediata y urgente. Nuestros médicos de los ojos tienen la última tecnología y mucha experiencia con infecciones oculares, ojos arañados, ojos dolorosos o picazón y muchos otros tipos de infecciones oculares. Acceptamos la mayoría de los planes de seguro médico.

Emergencias De Los Ojos

No siempre está suficientemente claro cuándo debemos acudir a urgencias, más en el caso de peligro para los ojos.
Por favor llámenos si tienes una emergencia ocular de cualquier tipo.


Vídeo sobre el uso de lentes y cuidado de los ojos, seguridad industrial.

Visite Nuestro Optometrista

En la clinica Optometric Care Associates utilizan equipos avanzados para su examen ocular. Exámenes de la vista completos para adultos y niños, co-manejo de la cirugía de corrección de la visión con láser, cuidado de emergencias oculares y mucho más. Los optometristas en nuestra clinica son doctores de los ojos para pacientes de todas las edades. Por favor llámenos y le atenderemos en Español.

Mas Causas de Emergencias de ojos

Cualquier lesión al párpado puede ser un signo de lesión grave al ojo mismo. Cuerpo extraño en el ojo y lesiones corneales

La córnea es el tejido claro (transparente) que cubre la parte frontal del ojo. El polvo, la arena y otros residuos pueden ingresar fácilmente en el ojo. El dolor persistente y el enrojecimiento son signos de que se requiere tratamiento.Un cuerpo extraño en el ojo puede ser una amenaza para la visión si el objeto entra al ojo mismo o daña la córnea o el cristalino. Asimismo, los cuerpos extraños lanzados a altas velocidades por parte de máquinas, pulidoras o el hecho de martillar metal ofrecen el riesgo más alto.

Optometric Care Associates


Is your eye doctor’s appointment coming up? Are you worried about going to the eye clinic during the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Rest assured, keeping our patients and staff safe is our top priority.

We anticipate that this outbreak will continue for a while, and do not want our patients to neglect their eye care needs during this critical time. Our optometric clinic is prudent and has adopted specific measures to protect our patients and staff from potential exposure to COVID-19 during this time of uncertainty.

That said, guidelines for slowing the spread of this pandemic are rapidly changing. Please pay close to attention to local regulatory changes to get the most up-to-date information. Our practice is up to date with the current local, state and federal recommendations. Read more.

Here Are the Precautions Our Eye Clinic Is Taking to Limit COVID-19:

We employ a strict office policy that mandates that all eye doctors, opticians, office staff, and patients not enter if they are feeling unwell or have a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, or have been exposed to a known case of COVID-19 or traveled outside of the country within the last 14 days.

The staff may ask you to wait outside or in your car rather than in the waiting area in order to protect yourself and others from any circulating germs. Furthermore, we are trying to schedule our appointments in such a way that our waiting room remains as empty as possible.

During your eye exam:

  • The eye doctor may use a special plastic barrier called a slit-lamp breath shield to block the exchange of breath between patient and doctor.
  • The practitioner will wait for your slit-lamp eye exam to be over before speaking with you or answering any questions you may have.
  • We sanitize all equipment and patient contact surfaces after every use and at the end of the day.
  • We sanitize all surfaces and equipment (front desk counters, telephones, pens, door handles, waiting room chairs) with antibacterial wipes.
  • All staff members wash their hands after contact with each patient and throughout the day.
  • Our office is equipped with several sanitizing stations.
  • We request that patients sanitize their hands prior to and after trying on frames. We also make sure to clean frames that have come into contact with patients
  • If we don’t shake hands with our patients during this time, please don’t take it personally.

Please call Optometric Care Associates at one of our three locations Paso Robles 805-238-1001, Los Osos 805-528-5333 or Atascadero 805-466-6939 with any questions or concerns you may have. If you feel it’s best for you or a member of your family to reschedule your appointment, we encourage you to do so.

To stay abreast of the corona virus pandemic, please visit the following official health organizations:

  • Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) at www.
  • World Health Organization (WHO) at
  • Thank you and stay safe! o so.