We take a wide-angle picture of your retina (the inside of your eye). This shows us the health of your eyes and allows us to directly compare images from year to year.
We can measure each cellular layer in the major structures inside your eye. These cross-section scans help us detect and monitor disease in ways not possible with traditional eye exams.
We can scan your cornea and make a map of its curvature. This helps us fit contacts more accurately than traditional exams.
We can measure electrical activity in your visual pathway to the brain. This shows us how the eyes communicate with the brain and if the signal is smaller or slower.