Topographer-provides an objective measurement of a patient's prescription and maps the surface of the cornea.
GDx Glaucoma Scan-a device that scans the optic nerve to determine the thickness of the nerve fiber layer of the retina. It helps in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma.
Pachymeter-an instrument that measures the thickness of the cornea. It is important in diagnosing glaucoma and used prior to LASIK procedures.
OPTOS Optomap-a device that takes a digital photo of the of the retina. This allows us to take photos without dilating the eye and monitor changes year to year.
Visual Field Test-an automated test that measures your peripheral vision. Used in the management of many eye diseases, including glaucoma.
Fundus Photography-a device that takes a digital photo of the inside of the eye, typically the retina or optic nerve. Photography is essential to the management of many ocular diseases.