The art and science of optometry encompasses the gathering and interpretation of a multitude of information. Our eye care clinic utilizes the most up-to-date instrumentation because our optometrists feel that we owe it to our patients to exceed the accepted standards of practice. Our optometrists are able to evaluate your vision and eye health to a more detailed degree than an average eye exam allows. This state-of-the-art technology not only allows us to maximize on the level of your visual acuity, but also allows for optimal prevention of vision loss through early detection of disease processes.
The examination equipment at our clinic is up to date. Our eye doctors chose each piece specifically because of its specific qualities and capabilities. These instruments are the work horses of our eye practice and must be durable, accurate, and patient friendly. Only well known, industry leading companies were considered…leading to our equipment from Marco, Humphrey/Zeiss, Optos, Topcon, and Haag-Streit. These instruments are used in every aspect of your eye examination. While some of this equipment may be used by other eye doctor offices, there are several that are less common and more unique to our clinic.
On Site Ophthalmic Lab
Even our optical lab utilizes a top of the line edging system to fabricate ophthalmic lenses…. to keep you seeing your very best!
We Invest In New and Emerging Technology
Our eye care clinic has invested heavily in new and emerging technologies for disease detection and management, patient screening and medical records management.
Optos Panoramic 2000
The Optos Panoramic 2000 retinal imaging system allows us to digitally image the structures of the internal eye for our patients. It allows our eye doctors to evaluate overall eye health and document it for future reference. This serves as a great screening tool and provides detailed documentation. The Optomap Retinal image does not require drops and has no side effects.
HD-OCT Nerve Fiber Analyzer
This piece of equipment allows our eye doctors to test for a variety of neurological conditions that can be present with visual changes. It is most often used in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma. It can also be used to help detect the presence of brain tumors, multiple sclerosis, or other medical conditions that affect the visual system. We also use it to monitor patients who take certain systemic medications, prescribed by other doctors, that may affect the vision.
Zeiss Corneal Topographer
Zeiss Corneal Topographer allows our eye doctors to correctly and precisely measure the curvature of the cornea and to facilitate the production of very clear topographical images.