Arlington Foreign Body Removal
Removing Objects Lodged in Bodily Openings
Objects lodged in a child’s ear, nose, or throat is an emergency. Please call 911 immediately for assistance.
One way or another, objects can find themselves in places they were never meant to go. Whether caused by a child’s curiosity or an accident, foreign objects can end up in various parts of the body. This is something you will want to be addressed by a medical professional immediately. If you are not dealing with an emergency situation, then visit Urgentology Care today for prompt treatment.
We provide treatment for superficial injuries, including:
- Some foreign bodies in the eye, such as metal shards or tiny splinters
These types of injuries should be treated promptly to prevent infection. It can also be dangerous to try and remove a foreign body on your own. You could possibly increase the size of the injury or do more damage to your body when you attempt to pull it out. Please visit Urgentology Care as quickly as possible for Arlington foreign body removal handled by a knowledgeable medical professional.
You do not need an appointment to receive treatment here. You can call us ahead of time at (817) 799-7273 to prepare us for your visit.
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“Heard about this place through a friend and decided to give it a try even though I live 25 min away. It was a great choice because the nurses and doctor were very attentive and cared to listen to everything I had to say.”- Rola K.
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State-Of-The-Art Clinic With Advanced Medical Tools
Convenience of Appointments & Walk-Ins
Wide Range of Insurance Accepted
Family Friendly Environment
Minimal Wait Times
Have you been injured, in pain or having a bad reaction? Find out what kinds of conditions we treat. If this is an emergency, please call 911.