- Vision and Eye Examinations
- Contact Lens Services
- Red Eye Infection Treatment
- Vision Therapy
- Glaucoma Treatment
- Lasik pre and post op Services
- Treatment of burns and abrasions
- Foreign Body Removal
- Testing for Eye Diseases
- Cataract Testing
- Refractive Surgery pre and post op services
- Emergency services
About the Optomap Dilation Free Exam.
The Optomap dilation free eye exam takes an image of the back of the eye in just a few seconds with no contact to the eye. These pictures become a permanent part of your record to be compared at your annual exam. The Optomap dilation free exam offers many advantages over pupil dilation exams.
- The Optomap exam does not require pupil dilation!
- Early detection of disorders and diseases
- An ultra-widefield view of the retina
- Comfortable and quick image capture
- Provides permanent records for future comparison
- Patient can resume normal activities immediately
Cirrus OCT Retinal Exam
Introducing The Cirrus OCT Retinal Exam, a highly advanced scanning system that can help in the diagnosis of a wide range of vision problems. Cirrus OCT produces highly detailed images of the retina, the innermost layer of the interior of the eye, and it is the first and only instrument that can “see” below the surface of the retina to examine the retinal layers.
Cirrus OCT is an exciting, important advance in eye care technology. The new system enables us to clearly see internal structures inside the eye, so problems can be identified and treated before they progress. Cirrus OCT is a powerful tool that helps us do more than ever before to protect a patient’s vision.
Cirrus OCT provides detailed, x-ray–like images of the structures affected by glaucoma and other abnormalities of the retina, including detached retina, macular holes, age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and more. Cirrus OCT never touches the eye, so there’s no discomfort. It is also safe and requires only minutes to scan the eye.
Annidis Retinal Imaging
Multi-spectral imaging extends the simple color based analysis eye care professionals use to distinguish between ocular structures. It both expands the examination wavelength range from green to invisible near infrared wavelengths of light and generates the probe wavelengths to separate specific spectral regions for enhanced visibility and discrimination. The combination of the images and extracted data points provides an enhanced view of the eye.