Flashes will almost always go away completely.
It usually takes about a month, but sometimes it can take up to six months.
Floaters will gradually get smaller and less noticeable as the weeks and months go by, but usually they never disappear completely.
Do not worry if you have a few floaters.
How long does it take for eye floater to go away?
Most of the time, floaters are not the sign of anything dangerous. Floaters caused by loose cells, for example, are usually not that bothersome and often go away on their own in a few weeks or months. The floaters that look like wispy threads tend to be more visible, and in most cases they will also go away with time.
How do I get rid of floaters in my vision?
A vitrectomy is an invasive surgery that can remove eye floaters from your line of vision. Within this procedure, your eye doctor will remove the vitreous through a small incision. The vitreous is a clear, gel-like substance that keeps the shape of your eye round.
When should I worry about eye floaters?
If you experience a sudden onset of floaters, if they are accompanied by flashes of light or vision loss, if you have pain or you have just experienced eye surgery or trauma, floaters could indicate a serious eye problem that requires immediate medical attention.
Are eye floaters dangerous?
A: Eye floaters are common and usually harmless. The National Eye Institute (NEI) describes them as cobwebs, spots, or strands that float around in your field of vision.