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Digital Retinal Imaging

We perform digital retinal imaging on all patients in our practice. Digital retinal imaging technology allows the doctor to check the health of your retina. The image is captured from a special digital camera. The camera takes a photo of the retina, which is located in the back of the eye, and stores the image electronically. This technology allows ur optometrists to compare photos from previous exams to ensure the health of the eye has remained stable.

Ocular Response Analyzer

We perform an eye pressure test on all patients in our practice, which is an essential part of any comprehensive exam. Our ocular response analyzer technology not only gives us a measurement of the pressure inside of your eye, but it also gives us important information about the biomechanical properties of the front surface of the eye, known as the cornea. This information is a key piece of the puzzle when diagnosing and treating certain eye conditions and diseases like glaucoma.

Optical Coherence Tomography

Similar to a traditional CT scan, an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scan checks for eye diseases by examining the layers of your retina and optic nerve. This test involves the use of a laser with light to provide the doctor with detailed, colored images of the retina. There is no radiation and the test is painless and non-invasive.

Visual Field Test

Your visual field is the area that you see while looking at a specific object. For example, when you look at a car, your eyes are focused on it, but you may also see things that surround the car, such as flowers on the ground or rain falling on the windshield. A visual field test examines your ability to see both centrally and to the side. Certain eye conditions or neurological disorders can negatively impact your visual field, which is why this test is an essential part of a comprehensive eye exam.