Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
OCT uses light waves to create high definition images and cross sections of the retina and optic nerve. The OCT helps us to see the different layers of the retina and assists with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetes related eye issues.
Retinal imaging technology helps us to capture images of the structures in back of the eye. This allows us to evaluate the retina for changes that can be associated with systemic conditions like hypertension and diabetes as well as diseases related to the retina and the optic nerve. This technology can also help us to monitor for changes over time.
Daytona Ultra Widefield Retinal Imaging
This retinal imaging technology gives us a wide 200° view of the retina in a single image without the need of dilation drops. The Daytona is a great tool for screening retinal problems as well as monitoring any changes over time.
Humphrey Matrix Visual Field Analyzer
The visual field test helps to measure and map out the central and peripheral vision. This information can be helpful in testing for neurological diseases, retinal function as well as monitoring glaucoma.