Have you ever wondered what those numbers on your eyeglass prescription actually mean? Although reading an eye chart is a fairly simple test, it provides a very accurate way to measure your visual ...View Article
You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
Did you ever have a health care experience where you left the doctor's office saying, "Now what did the doctor say? or "What am I supposed to do?"
As humans, we only remember a certain percentage of what we hear. Overlapping sensory integration (auditory, visual, tactile) aids in memory retention. Therefore, we utilize a state of the art all-digital animation patient education system, known as EyeMaginations.
Our doctors utilize this software to explain your eye condition, making your eye health care experience an invaluable and memorable one. Our opticians use this software to demonstrate optical lens features.
The Topcon TRC-NW8 provides amazing high definition images of the inside your eye. As part of a medical evaluation of your eye, your doctor will review the health of your optic nerve, retina, and blood vessels. Photodocumention is very important in the management of systemic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, as well as ocular side effects of many common medications. Eye diseases like macular degeneration and glaucoma can be properly monitored to help maximize our most precious gift of sight.
The Humphrey Matrix offers the latest breakthrough in screening and threshold visual field testing that can detect the loss of peripheral vision. It is one of the most sensitive tests available to assess your optic nerve, as well as assessing other problems involving the eye and brain, such as glaucoma, strokes, and other brain disorders. In fact, visual field testing is absolutely necessary to diagnose and monitor glaucoma patients.
The non-contact tonometer or 'Puff of Air Test' is an instant way to measure your intra-ocular pressure with a gentle puff of air off your cornea. It is quick and no numbing eye drops are required! We also have two other methods of measuring your eye pressure in the office to further assess your risk of glaucoma.
The autorefractor is a fast, easy, and versatile diagnostic device to evaluate your refractive error. The test takes seconds to perform and gives the doctors a starting point to begin the custom refinement of your eyeglass prescription. It is also a great tool to use on children who cannot sit still with conventional testing!
Our office provides portable hand-held instruments that are particularly beneficial for accommodating patients who are unable to cooperate for a conventional slit lamp exam. Wheel-chaired bound and pediatric patients can now experience a more thorough and complete exam.
Enjoy the latest in state of the art equipment that combines four machines into one! Eye pressure, initial baseline prescription, corneal contour, and corneal thickness measurements are achieived at one station to help serve you the patient in providing you with the most efficient and high tech experience possible.
Our electronic medical records is HIPAA compliant and allows us instant and secure access to exam information throughout the office. This paperless office design saves staff stress and time and thus creates a more efficient and friendly environment to service all of your eye care needs.