Clarus Retinal Imaging
In bringing the most advanced technology available to our patients, our practice is proud to be one of the few in the Houston area to have the Zeiss Clarus technology. It gives our optometrists an unequalled ultra-widefield image of the retina without the use of dilation drops. This assists our doctors in detecting eye disease at a very early stage. This technology can reveal signs of serious eye diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetes, high blood pressure, retinal detachments, ocular melanoma and much more. Our optometrists recommend this retinal photo as an integral part of your eye exam. This ultra-widefield retinal photo is a permanent record for your medical file, enabling our eye doctors to make important comparisons if potential problems show themselves at a future examination.
OCT (Ocular Coherence Tomography)
An OCT is a non-invasive imaging test that uses light waves to take cross-sectional pictures of the individual layers of your retina. This allows our eye doctors at a cellular level within the retina to detect the earliest signs of glaucoma and macular degeneration. Our doctors recommend that all patients over the age of 40 have a baseline screening performed, and also recommend a screening for any patient over the age of 30 who has a family history of eye disea
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Automated refraction system
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Visual field testing
Visual field testing assesses the degree of peripheral vision of each eye. Visual field testing is the standard of care to diagnose glaucoma and is utilized to monitor the effects of some high-risk medications. Testing may even detect health-threatening conditions such as aneurysms and tumors. Additionally, it is also important to evaluate any changes in peripheral vision following stroke or brain injury.