The most recent advancement in imaging, spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT), provides a cross-sectional image or 3D image of the retina at a level of detail not observable by other means. It is a non-contact, non-invasive tool that can confirm damage to the retina or optic nerve so doctors can provide earlier treatment. This scanner allows doctors to more specifically diagnose, treat and manage glaucoma and retinal diseases including diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration.
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Digital retinal imaging provides your optometrist with detailed images of the retina, which are then stored as a permanent record in your medical file. This allows us to accurately keep track of your current eye health and detect any changes to your retina by comparing images taken over time.
Computerized Visual Field Testing is an important tool in detecting and monitoring specific types of eye diseases, or following the progression of certain eye diseases. These include the visual effects of stroke, upper lid disorders, drug toxicity within the eye, and particularly glaucoma. With the latest technology, our trained technicians will guide you through a faster and more reliable visual field test. Peripheral field defects are subtle and can go undetected. Frequently, by the time patients perceive any symptoms, it is too late. Most importantly, if detected early, visual field defects do not need to result in blindness and can be treated successfully.