Corneal Topography is an imaging test that provides a 3D map of the curvature and shape of the eye. Corneal Mapping helps detect corneal diseases and conditions such as swelling, abrasions, scarring, irregular astigmatisms, and deformities. The test is non-invasive and painless. The machine will generate pictures and essential data points on the computer for the Optometrist to examine which is painless and non-invasive.
Digital Retinal Imaging is an imaging test that takes a picture of your eye's back to display the retina, optical disk, and blood vessels. The purpose of the test is to determine the integrity of vital eye components. The images are tracked in the future as the Optometrist looks for any changes to the eye. The early detection of diseases can facilitate more effective treatment options.
Optical Coherence Tomography is a test that gathers high-resolution cross-sectional images of the retina using light waves. An OCT scan helps measure retinal thickness and layer differences for the early detection of conditions and diseases. The test is comparable to ultrasound, except that it uses light instead of sound to construct the images.
Visual Field Testing is used to determine the patient's ability to perceive their surroundings while focusing on a central point. Visual Field Testing helps find blind spots, which shows how an eye disease or brain disorder is causing vision loss. The visual field is tested by flashing a series of lights at the patient's peripheral field view. The Optometrist then analyzes the results.
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