As part of our comprehensive eye care and wellness protocol, we will examine patients for symptoms.
What Is subconjunctival hemorrhage?
A subconjunctival hemorrhage is bleeding occurs just underneath the conjunctiva, which is a thin, clear layer of tissue with small blood vessels that covers the sclera (white of the eye.) Subconjunctival hemorrhages can look very concerning and serious, however, they are usually noncancerous and heal relatively quickly.
As part of our comprehensive eye care and wellness protocol, we will examine patients for symptoms of subconjunctival hemorrhage. Learn more about the symptoms, causes, risk factors, and our treatments for subconjuntival hemorrhage, contact our office today for an appointment.