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Technologies We Use

Optomap Ultra-Wide Digital Retinal Imaging

The optomap is the latest in eye care technology and is the recommended method for retinal screening. It allows our doctor to evaluate your retina for eye conditions such as Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Retinal Detachments, Hypertensive/Diabetic Retinopathy and much more. The scanning system is completely safe for children and adults. The scan takes less than two minutes, you will not have blurred vision or light sensitivity as there would be with dilation. The digital image can be reviewed/compared each year and and it allows you the opportunity to see inside your eyes just as the doctor sees it!

Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT Nerve Fiber Layer Scan
– non invasive procedure, painless, fast
– reliable and sensitive
– takes 6 seconds to capture the image
– uses laser technology
– provides 3D imaging of the optic nerve at a histological level

The Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCTnerve fiber layer scan is enhanced for the assessment, diagnosis and management of glaucoma. It uses laser technology to produce a topographical image of your optic nerve, providing an objective analysis of the structures cup, rim, and retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL). The OCT provides a statistical probability of damage using age specific databases based on the 3D shape of the optic disc and RNFL. It also monitors your condition over time, comparing baseline images to follow up examinations, highlighting areas of statistically significant progression.

Zeiss Cirrus hd-oct Retinal Scan
– non invasive procedure, painless, fast
– reliable and sensitive
– takes only 6 seconds to capture the image
– provides images of retinal layers at a histological level
– cross sectional profiles
– detailed edema map

Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT retinal scan captures up to 64 confocal images at various depths of the retina and analyzes scans. These images are used by the software to provide a series of graphical representations of the macula to monitor for macular degeneration, macular edema, traction and much more. The retinal OCT monitors for progression, aids in treatment planning, and monitors response to therapy.