We are pleased to offer our patients the
latest advancement in Eye Care Technology!
We all want to to protect our eyesight and that is why it is important to have annual vision and eye health tests. This allows us to detect changes in your eye. We also need to inspect the retina to check if it is healthy, damaged, or showing signs of disease. When detected early, many diseases may be treated without further loss of vision.
If we suspect an ocular condition or disease,
we will immediately schedule or perform
diagnostic tests to determined our next steps.
The Welch Allyn CenterVue DRS Automatic Retinal Camera is designed to provide a truly effective solution for diabetic retinopathy screening.
The implementation of numerous smart features makes the Camera very simple
to handle and convenient for the patient.
The CenterVue DRS minimizes the patient time through an
intuitive touch-screen interface, with a compact, ergonomic design and low
power flash to ensure patient comfort.
Full automation allows it to sense the patient, self-align to the target
eye, focus the retina, adjust the flash level and capture the image in
less than 30 seconds.
Skip the dreaded “puff of air”! The iCare Tonometer is a reliable tool in our tool belt. With this tonometer, we can measure the intraocular pressure of patients in a sitting or standing position
for quick, easy and painless eye pressure measurement.
With this latest technology we have successfully used this tonometer for routine IOP measurement and glaucoma screenings. Measuring has never been more accessible,
reliable and accurate.
Based on a new measuring principle, a very light probe is used to make
momentary contact, the process does not cause any noticeable discomfort to
the patient. The iCare Tonometer's single use disposable probe guarantees
Static automated perimetry using a new head-mounted virtual reality platform, Virtual Field is an analyzer for glaucoma and optic nerve disease.
The Virtual Field is a head-mounted perimeter that produces functionally indistinguishable results to the HFA, offering a portable solution to specialised clinic-based perimetry devices.
Based on HAP criteria VRVF can detect moderate to severe visual field defects with