Seeing stars: WGECC’s retinologist on why floaters and flashes might merit a closer look

Posted by: West Georgia Eye Care Center in Frontpage Article on March 11, 2016

“Seeing stars” is a mythic symptom or lovesickness (or migraine). But have you ever experienced a very non-magical twinkling in your eyes, in the form of floaters or flashes? Visual floaters often look like black pepper spots or squiggly lines, while light flashes (technically known as photopsias) look something like fireworks or starbursts. Be assured, this… Read More