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Technology & Services

We proudly offer the latest technology to provide the best customer service and patient care.


Optomap (Daytona)

This is a digital ultra-widefield (200° view of the retina in one image) scanning laser ophthalmoscope that captures images through 2mm pupils. The image is captured in less than one second and has multiple imaging modalities available, which replaces the need for dilation of the patient’s pupils for routine exams.

Watch Optomap imaging here.

Digital Refraction

The CV-5000 Automated Refractor sets new quality standards with its fast lens rotation system and its many testing functions provides comfort for the patient, as well as the examiner. It offers complete connectivity which allows data to be sent automatically to every CV system throughout the office and populated automatically into the patient’s electronic medical record, making paperless refraction a reality.

ICARE Tonometry

The Icare tonometer is an eye pressure measuring device used in glaucoma screening and it is based on a new measuring principle, in which a very light probe is used to make momentary contact with the front of the eye. The measurement is barely noticed by the patient and does not require anesthesia. The device not only makes IOP measuring a more pleasant experience on all patients, it is also an important break-through for succeeding with non-compliant patients (i.e. children and dementia patients)

Automated Visual Field Perimetry

The automated perimetry test uses a computer program to test an individual’s field of vision. It measures areas or patterns of vision loss that may be the result of many different diseases like glaucoma, macular degeneration, multiple sclerosis, stroke, brain tumor, high blood pressure, etc.

Cirrus Photo/OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography)

The CIRRUS Photo combines a full retinal camera with a non-invasive retinal imaging test, Optical Coherent Tomography (OCT). OCT is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that renders an in vivo cross sectional view or map of the retina that is accurate to within at least 10-15 microns. It provides substantial information of the retinal structure and the nerve fiber layer surrounding the optic nerve.

Watch Cirrus Photo/OCT here.

Rabin Cone Contrast Test

The Rabin Cone Contrast Test (CCT) is a revolutionary new color vision test. With routine Cone Contrast Testing, early detection may prevent permanent damage normally associated with macular degeneration (AMD), glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. Innova’s CCT is approved by the Surgeon General as the Gold Standard for color vision testing for the US Air Force. Unlike other color vision tests, the Rabin Cone Contrast Test measures the severity of cone function loss, and tracks cone function over time, aiding in detection of disease as well as monitoring disease progression and efficacy of treatment.

Macular Pigment Optical Densitometer (MPOD)

Healthy macular pigment acts as “internal sunglasses” to protect against harmful blue light that enters the eye and negatively impacts the visual cells responsible for central and peripheral vision. The thickness or the density of macular pigment varies from person to person.  The density can also change over time depending on several factors such as aging and lifestyle and dietary choices.  Research has shown that a low macular pigment optical density (MPOD) is a key risk factor for AMD while a high macular pigment optical density not only reduces one’s risk for AMD but also helps to improve visual performance.

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