The Visual Field analyzer detects glaucoma, retinal and other optic nerve diseases.It is a non invasive test to evaluate peripheral (side vision) that is sometimes effected before central vision.
The Scanning Laser Opthalmoscope is a specialized instrument that evaluates the optic nerve fibers inside the eye.
These nerve fibers are the first to be damaged by intraocular pressure leading to glaucoma. Early detection of this leads to better control of glaucoma.
A Corneal Topographer is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea.
This is useful for all contact lens wearers, as well as Lasik surgery candidates and anyone with corneal problems.
A Fundus Camera is used for baseline photodocumentation of the retina, optic nerve and retinal blood vessels as well as ongoing comparison of ocular and systemic disease