TECHNOLOGY

TECHNOLOGY

Visual Field Test

VISUAL FIELD TEST

The visual field test, or perimetry test, measures all aspects of your vision to help our eye doctors identify potential patterns of vision loss that are symptomatic of more serious eye diseases such as glaucoma. This test is simple to take and is usually completed in a few minutes. It requires patients to look into an instrument called a perimeter and press a button each time they see a flashing light. The results of the test will provide doctors with critical information about the quality of your vision, in particular your side or peripheral vision.

Corneal Topographer

CORNEAL TOPOGRAPHER

Corneal topography is a state-of-the-art medical imaging technique that provides a three-dimensional map of the surface of your cornea. This noninvasive procedure, which takes only a few seconds, measures several thousand points across your cornea. This information is invaluable to our eye doctors because the cornea is responsible for 70% of your eyes’ refractive power, which enables vision.

Topographical maps created from this procedure assist our doctors in the diagnosis of certain medical conditions affecting the eye. Corneal topography also aids in:

  • Cataract surgery
  • Contact lens fittings
  • Refractive surgery (including LASIK)
  • Intraocular lens (IOL) implantation

The corneal topographer is used to gather detailed information about the surface of your cornea to better fit contacts and treat a number of eye conditions. It also helps to ensure the success of the following procedures:

  • Cataract surgery
  • Ortho-k
  • Refractive surgery (including LASIK)
  • Intraocular lens (IOL) implantation

This noninvasive imaging technique provides a three-dimensional map of the surface of your cornea. The scan is completely painless, and only takes a few seconds from start to finish, measuring several thousand points across the cornea.

Corneal Topographer
Non-Contact Tonometer

NON-CONTACT TONOMETER

Noncontact, or air puff, tonometry aids in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. This relatively common eye disease, which is more prevalent in older patients, affects the optic nerve at the back of your eyes, which is responsible for transmitting images to your brain.

The noncontact tonometry test measures the pressure inside your eyes, which is called intraocular pressure, or IOP. Too much pressure can lead to glaucoma, which left untreated, can lead to blindness. This test is easy to administer in children as well as adults since no eye drops are needed.

Non-Contact Tonometer

FUNDUS EXAM

FUNDUS EXAM

The fundus exam, or digital retinal imaging, is used to detect problems in the retina, the optic disk, and blood vessels in the eye. The exam allows us to obtain a digital picture of the back of your eyes and helps in the proper diagnosis of:

  • Glaucoma: An illness that causes damage to the optic nerve from a buildup of pressure in the eye
  • Diabetes: A disease that can harm blood vessels in the eye, leading to loss of sight if left unchecked
  • Macular degeneration: A disease, generally more common in older patients, that results in the deterioration of the central portion of the retina, leading to blurred vision, difficulty focusing, and potential loss of sight
  • Retinal toxicity: A severe reaction to medications that causes damage to your retina
Non-Contact Tonometer

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

Sometimes called “optical ultrasound,” optical coherence tomography is a noninvasive imaging test that provides our staff with state-of-the-art pictures of your retina. The technology uses light waves to capture highly detailed cross-sectional images of the retina, enabling our optometrists to measure and map its distinctive layers. These detailed images aid in the treatment of glaucoma and other diseases of the retina, including age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy.

OPTOS

OPTOS

To ensure that you receive the best eye care available, we offer the Optos Exam, which features state-of-the-art retinal imaging techniques, typically performed without dilation. This technology sets the standard of care by capturing more than 80% of your retina in a single, high resolution image. Whether it’s a child wellness check or a more comprehensive screening, the Optos Exam provides our eye doctors with critical health information, enabling them to preserve and protect your sight and identify potential health concerns.

Key Features of the Optos Exam:

  • Aids in the detection of eye conditions such as retinal detachments and tears to the retina, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration
  • Allows patients to view retinal images during exams
  • Provides a comprehensive image of the retina that becomes a permanent part of your medical chart

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