Optomap Daytona Retinal Imaging
Optos’ patented ultra-widefield digital scanning laser technology acquires images that support the detection, diagnosis, analysis, documentation, and management of ocular pathology and systemic disease that may first present in the periphery. Daytona offers multiple wavelength imaging, including options for colour, red-free, and autofluoresecence with green laser light.
Vision therapy is a sequence of doctor-supervised procedures designed to develop and enhance vision skills necessary for reading and learning and processing. Children are not born with fully developed vision skills. If those skills do not progress normally, vision therapy can be beneficial to aid that development. It is individualized to meet the specific needs of the patient. A person can pass a vision screening with 20/20 vision in each eye but may still struggle with eye tracking, focusing, converging, headaches or reading comprehension. A vision therapy plan can retrain the brain and eyes to work better together as a team in order to improve vision processing skills. Call us today to find out how we may be able to help you or your child!
TRS Refraction System
The TRS-6100 Automated Refraction System is comprised of a control panel with a large 10.4″ color LCD touch screen and an intuitive ergonomic keyboard for simple one-hand operation. The refractor forehead rest has a wide range to accomodate more patients. With programmed monocular fogging, this reduces accomodation and allows more realistic refractions with both eyes open. The title screen and angled refractor head allows realistic near testing.
NIDEK, a world leader for vision examination and diagnostic instruments has created the ODP-Scan III, the third generation aberrometer / corneal topographer that is a true refractive workstation for all practioners. Multiple task-based summaries allow the practitioner to better evaluate and treat a wide variety of patients from a simple glasses prescription to complex contact lenses and refractive surgery, and especially in pre and post-operative cataract evaluations.
Today’s eyes work hard. In work and leisure, people are using their near vision more than ever, especially with digital devices. Here’s how Neurolenses work: our two eyes work in alignment to see one clear image. If there is a misalignment in your vision, it can cause headaches, eye strain, neck and shoulder pain, dry eye, dizziness, and light sensitivity. Neurolenses correct misalignment to restore clear, comfortable vision.