The Oculus Corneal Topographer measures 22,000 points on the cornea to precisely fit contact lenses, diagnose corneal disease, and to help determine candidacy for refractive surgery.
The Acuitus Autorefractor provides the doctor with a computerized estimate of myopia, hyperopia, or astigmatism present in the visual system. The doctor uses this information to help determine the final spectacle or contact lens prescription.
The Lens Analyzer uses computer analysis to quickly and accurately determine the optical correction present in existing spectacles or contact lenses.
The Humphrey Field Analyzer is used to measure the entire field of vision for early detection and monitoring of glaucoma, retinal disease, and neurological disorders affecting the visual pathway.
To Optomap uses sophisticated laser scanning technology to capture an ultra-wide view of the retina in less than one second! This amazing new technology allows the doctor to thoroughly examine the health of your eyes through an un-dilated pupil in most cases.
The Heidelberg Retinal Tomographer (HRT) is a highly advanced laser that helps detect glaucoma early and monitor its progression. This advanced technology creates a three dimensional image of the optic nerve and surrounding tissue. The laser, which is not powerful enough to harm the eye, first focuses on the surface of the optic nerve. Images below the surface (similar to how a CT scan takes thin slice images of our body) can then be obtained. The stack of 32 images is then analyzed to create a very accurate three dimensional image of the optic nerve. All of these images can be obtained in just a few seconds.
The Humphrey FDT Perimeter uses Frequency Doubling Technology to provide a fast, clinically verified means of detecting early visual field loss. The FDT is the ideal visual field screening device because it conducts testing in only 35 seconds per eye.
The Z-View Wavefront Aberrometer measures the unique imperfections of the eye based on 17,000 points of resolution. The wavefront data can be used diagnostically and helps to determine an extremely precise spectacle or contact lens prescription.
The Corneal Pachymeter uses ultrasound to quickly and accurately determine corneal thickness. This information is helpful in screening for glaucoma or to help determine candidacy for refractive surgery.
The Tonopen allows for a comfortable and accurate measurement of intraocular pressure without the "puff of air" that patients often dislike.
The Zeiss Humphrey IOL Master is the first non-contact optical coherence biometer and allows fast, accurate measurements of eye length and surface curvature, necessary for cataract surgery. For patients undergoing cataract surgery, our laser system offers the most accurate and precise method of calculating IOL power to allow for best uncorrected vision potential.
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The iTrace Wavefront Aberrometer measures the unique imperfections of the visual system and precisely measures corneal topography, allowing the doctor to determine the cause of the aberrations. The wavefront data can be used diagnostically and helps to determine an extremely precise spectacle or contact lens prescription.
Specular Microscopy is one of the most sensitive instruments used to monitor the health of the cornea. The Konan Specular Microscope provides a highly-magnified view of the corneal endothelium, a layer that is critical in maintaining corneal clarity.