Disorders that affect the eyelid and prevent your eye from closing completely, such as Bell's palsy, can dry your cornea and make it more vulnerable to ulcers. Any condition which causes loss of sensation of the corneal surface may increase the risk of corneal ulceration. Your health care provider may also recommend that you: Wear an eye patch to keep out light and help with symptoms Many people recover completely and have only a minor change in vision. There are several causes of corneal ulcers in dogs. Since this can happen and could result in permanent loss of vision, your dog should be

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