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Special Testing

Visual Fields

An instrument used to detect dysfunctions in your central and peripheral vision.

Topography

Most accurate method of mapping the front surface of the eye.  Provides valuable information for patients who want refractive surgery (LASIK), detects and monitors corneal diseases, and helps doctors in prescribing contact lenses.

Macula Risk

A genetic test administer by swabbing the inside of the cheek to collect DNA.  The results of the test assess your risk of developing the most sight-threatening form of macular degeneration.

OCT-(optical coherence tomography)

Used for obtaining three-dimensional high resolution images of the inside of the eye.  Effectively, an ultrasound of the eye.

Optomap

Used to obtain an ultra-wide view of the retina; can sometimes replace dilation during eye exams.

VEP – Diopsys

Helps in the detection, diagnosis and treatment of visual disorders caused by a disruption in the connection between the eye and the brain.  Also, beneficial in testing vision in infants.

Specular Microscope

A non-invasive photograph of the innermost cell layer of the cornea.

Tear Lab

TearLab is the single most accurate and objective test for diagnosing Dry Eye Disease. TearLab generates an Osmolarity number, which provides significant information to your Doctor.