Optos (retinal imaging)
Humphrey Field Analyser (HFA)
When a patient experience changes in their vision, the OCT is used to determine what conditions may have caused these changes.
It takes a 3D image below the surface of the retina, giving a more detailed picture of your eye health.
The exam only takes a few minutes and is not invasive.
Optical Coherence Tomographer (OCT)
Topography also referred to as Photokeratoscopy and Videokeratoscopy, is a technique that is used to map the curved surface of the Cornea.
This can help measure the quality of vision as well as assist in LASIK surgery and the fitting of contact lenses.
This procedure is non-invasive and painless to the patient.
In addition to the standard optical testing equipment, we offer the latest in technology that makes it possible for the doctor’s at Today’s Eyes to provide you a thorough eye exam.
The Optomap ultra-widefield retinal image is a unique technology that captures more than 80% of your retina in one panoramic image while traditional imaging methods typically only show 15% of your retina at one time.
Benefits of an Optomap
- Optomap facilitates early protection from vision impairment or blindness
- Early detection of life-threatening diseases like cancer, stroke, and cardiovascular disease
The unique optomap ultra-widefield view helps your eye care practitioner detect early signs of retinal disease more effectively and efficiently than with traditional eye exams.
A tool for measuring the human visual field providing information regarding the location of any disease processes or lesion(s) throughout the visual pathway.