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We are always willing to help you if you are experiencing an eye emergency. Our doctors at Kung Eye provide prompt and skillful emergency treatment services for ocular infections, injuries, and other conditions.  The following are some of the most common eye emergencies that we evaluate and treat:

  • Eye infections (“pink eye”).
  • Eyelid pain and swelling.
  • Direct eye trauma/sports injuries.
  • Chemical injuries.
  • Corneal and conjunctival foreign body.
  • Vitreous floaters.
  • Iritis/eye inflammation.
  • Adverse reactions to contact lenses.
  • Corneal ulcer.
  • Severe dry eye and allergies.

Testimonials from Real Patients

“I recently had corrective lens surgery performed by Dr. Kung with amazing results. I no longer require glasses for reading or distance (driving, tv viewing etc.). Dr. Kung and his staff are consistently friendly, helpful and provided excellent care pre-, during and post-surgery...best care anywhere. I would definitely recommend the Kung Eye Center for the treatment of any ophthalmological disorder.

“Dear Kung is an absolute genius! In my opinion he is the best cataract surgeon in NY city.

“State of The Art Facility and doctors. Exceeded my expectations. Extremely careful regarding Covid19....Everybody wearing masks, etc. Thank you

“I had cataract surgery with the light adjustable lens. Surgery went very well. Staff is very professional, friendly and courteous. Highly recommend.

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There are certain ocular signs and symptoms that warrant an immediate evaluation, as your eyesight may be in jeopardy. Some of these include:

  • Sudden vision loss.
  • Pain in or around the eye.
  • Discharge, crusting, or excessive tearing.
  • Severe eye redness.
  • Halos around lights.
  • Flashes or new floaters.
  • Double vision.

While waiting for professional medical assistance, there are some things that you should not do. For best possible outcomes, please DO NOT:

  • Press on or rub the injured eye.
  • Use cotton swabs or tweezers on the eye.
  • Try to remove a foreign body from the eye, whether it is resting on the eye or is embedded into the eye.

Contact Us Today

At Kung Eye, we are committed to providing compassionate, personalized care to each of our patients. Please call us to set up an appointment if you experience any of the symptoms above so that you can be seen right away! You can reach us at our Staten Island office at (718) 948-8880, and our New Jersey office at (732) 257-4900.

Resources for Our Patients

Please follow these links to information for new patients, financing options, and insurance plan participation. Please do not hesitate to call our Staten Island or New Jersey offices with any questions you may have.