We examine our patients' eyes down to the microscopic level using the latest imaging technologies available today. This allows the earliest detection of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, glaucoma, keratoconus, side effects of medications (including Plaquenil) and a host of other diseases and disorders.
Optical Coherence Tomographer
Automated Threshold Visual Field Test
External Eye Camera
iCare Tonometer (no air puff here!)
OptoMap Widefield Laser Retina Scan
Corneal Topographer /
Meibographer (for lid oil glands in dry eye)
Urgent Eye Care
Our doctors also examine and treat patients suffering from common ocular conditions such as decreased vision, red eye, allergy, foreign bodies, lid bumps/swelling, shingles, flashes, floaters, abrasions, trauma and double vision.
Using a Corneal Topographer, Autorefractor, Wavefront Analyzer and Digital Phoropter we provide our patients with the most accurate Eyeglass and Contact Lens prescriptions all while making the process easier to perform. If our patients' eyes are not capable of seeing 20/20 vision with eyeglasses this technology helps us understand why and guides us to a solution.
Contact Lens Design & Fitting
With our advanced testing we are able to determine the best possible contact lens type and design for each individual patient and their lifestyle even for those who may have keratoconus or corneal transplants. (Many routine vision insurance plans cover these medically necessary contact lens fittings).