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Here at Golden Vision, we are equipped with the most advanced technologies in order to provide our patients with the best service possible.
This equipment uses an ultra-wide field digital scanning laser technology to acquire images that helps the doctor in detecting, diagnosing, analyzing, documenting and managing of the ocular pathology and systemic disease that may first present in the periphery. These conditions may otherwise go undetected using traditional examination techniques and equipment.
This instrument gives the doctor the ability to diagnose a wide range of ophthalmic conditions in addition to glaucoma.
This instrument projects a series of illuminated rings onto the surface of your cornea, which gets reflected back into the instrument. These reflected rings are then analyzed by the computer, generating a topographical map of your cornea. This map will give the doctor detailed information about the shape of your cornea, helping the doctor fit contact lenses or perform laser vision correction on you.
This equipment measures the eye pressure, by blowing a soft puff of air into onto your eyes. This test is very important because it can sometimes be used to determine the very first signs of glaucoma.
This is the "side vision" test for your periphery vision. The side vision is a very important component of your total vision. Some eye diseases, such as glaucoma and neurological diseases affect the side vision, so it's very important to do this screening test in order to detect any possible diseases as early as possible.
The pachymetry is a device that uses ultrasound to measure the thickness of the cornea. The doctor can use this device to monitor the progression of certain eye diseases that may cause the cornea to thicken. The pachymetry is also an important test performed prior to Lasik surgery because it tells the doctor if your cornea will retain enough central tissue thickness in order to prevent ecstasia, an abnormal "bowing" of thin corneas.
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