Optomap ultra-widefield retinal imaging with provides a 200-degree view of the inside of the eye to help facilitate the diagnosis of a multitude of eye conditions and diseases. Early detection of diseases such as diabetes, stroke, and some forms of cancer can be life-saving.
Every year, contact lens and LASIK patients can expect to have a corneal topography scan. This machine creates a map of the surface of the eye, allowing the doctor to ensure that contacts fit properly or if they need to be refit. It also allows the doctor to spot signs of scarring and disease.
Humphries visual field machine allows the doctor to look for signs of glaucoma by thoroughly testing the patient's field of vision. By giving your eyes a point of focus, it randomly tests spots within your field of view using pinpoint lights. Using a clicker to respond, this test is able to monitor any blind spots in your field of vision that may be attributed to glaucoma.
The Avanti Widefield Enface OCT system is a revolutionary imaging technology used to diagnose and monitor eye diseases. This system utilizes optical coherence tomography (OCT) to provide high-resolution, three-dimensional imaging of the retina and other structures of the eye. This technology provides a detailed view of the eye that can be used to diagnose and monitor a variety of eye conditions, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. The Avanti Widefield Enface OCT system is a powerful tool for our optometrists, providing them with a comprehensive view of the eye and enabling them to make more accurate diagnoses and treatment decisions.
The iCare digital tonometer allows us to measure the pressure of a patient's intraocular fluid. A great alternative to the NCT (the infamous "air puff" test), the iCare is a more accurate way of checking eye pressure, an important indicator of glaucoma. A small, disposable probe extends from the front of the device and taps the surface of the eye to obtain a reading, but you won't feel it! Most patients report feeling a tickle on their eyelashes. If you or your child have trouble with the air puff test, ask for the iCare tonometer at your next exam!