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For life-threatening emergencies, please go directly to the nearest Hospital ER.


After-hours ER calls are limited to established patients only. If you are an established patient, you may call (214)893-3918.

Please reserve these calls for genuine sight-threatening emergencies, as it may take up to two hours to receive a return call.

Calls made between 10 pm and 7 am will be directed to voicemail and may not be returned until the following morning to allow our doctor sufficient rest.

These following symptoms may be cause for concern:

  • Bleeding or other discharge from or around the eye

  • Bruising

  • Decreased vision

  • Loss of vision, total or partial, in one eye or both

  • Pupils of unequal size

  • Redness or bloodshot appearance

  • A sensation of something in the eye

  • Sensitivity to light

  • Stinging or burning in the eye

  • One eye is not moving like the other

  • One eye is sticking out or bulging

  • Nausea or headache occurring with eye pain (this may be a symptom of glaucoma or stroke).

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