We use some pretty high tech stuff to make your digital eye exam easy, thorough, and fantastically accurate. A lot of our patients say it’s the best eye exam they’ve ever had.
Give us a try, we think you’ll agree.
Not convinced yet? Read on to learn more about our Digital Eye Exam.
It’s not just,
“Which is better, 1 or 2?”
Did you know that the health of your cornea, lens, and retina, the size and shape of your eye, and even the size of your pupils can all affect your glasses prescription?
During your exam, Dr. Fisher will use several digital tools to measure all of these, and more. She uses this information as a starting point for your exam to determine your perfect glasses or contact lens prescription.
See what the Doctor sees.
Our Nidek digital camera captures high resolution photos of the inside of your eyes, including your retinas, blood vessels, and optic nerves. This allows Dr. Fisher to show you the interior health of your eye, and it gives her a detailed image to store in your records. It documents any abnormalities and allows her to monitor them, year to year. This is an important tool for detecting and managing systemic disease such as high blood pressure and diabetes, as well as ocular diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Measuring eye pressure is an important part of every eye exam, but who wants air puffed into their eyes? We use technology such as the new iCare Tonometer to measure your eye pressure, which is a part of detecting and monitoring glaucoma. With the iCare Tonometer, Dr. Fisher gets a comfortable, accurate reading of your eye pressure without the annoying air puff!