Optos – an ultra wide field retinal imaging that captures more than 80% of the retina in high resolution. This device helps doctors with detection, diagnosis, and documentation of a multitude of findings on the retina.

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) – OCT is a non-invasive imaging technique that creates a 3D image (similar to that of an ultrasound) of the internal structures of the eye.

MYAH – this instrument plays a role in myopia management, dry eye assessment, and corneal mapping all at the touch of a finger and in a patient friendly manner

  • myopia management: myopia is associated in majority of cases to the axial elongation of the eyeball. MYAH allows us to measure the axial length of the eyeball which lets us monitor the progression of myopia and determine the most appropriate treatment options for management.
  • dry eye assessment: MYAH uses various imaging techniques to diagnose and assess different types of dry eye and their severity.
  • corneal topography (mapping): MYAH is able to map the front surface of the cornea to help with specialty contact lens fitting and screen for corneal diseases such as keratoconus

Autorefraction – a computerized test that is used to initially screen the patient’s refractive error, which is then fine tuned in the exam room by the optometrist

Non-contact tonometry – a quick and painless technique used to measure intraocular pressure without touching the surface of the eye. Intraocular pressure readings are an important tool to screen for glaucoma.

Neurolens – an instrument used to accurately measure eye misalignment in order to prescribe specialized contour prism lenses to provide the user with a more comfortable, symptom free viewing experience. If you suffer from eye strain and fatigue symptoms such as headaches, neck pain, dry eye, blurry vision, light sensitivity, dizziness, tired eyes, and/or discomfort at the computer, inquire today to see if you would be a candidate for Neurolens!

Humphrey Visual Field – a diagnostic test used to assess the visual field of a patient.

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