This is not your grandmother's eye exam! Our state of the art technology allows us to combine diagnostic technology and measurements with a traditional eye exam, giving us a three dimensional view of your eye, and how it functions both now and well into the future. This exam allows us to detect eye conditions that may not be affecting your eyes today, but could potentially severely impact them in the future if left untreated.
Anterior Segment Camera:
A slit lamp camera that takes a digital image of the cornea and crystalline lens. The data that is received allows us to evaluate tear film, eyelids, cornea and lens (for cataract). Digital photographs are taken of the eyelids, eyelashes, and lens and used in our discussion with you.
A fundus camera takes a digital image of the retina that allows us to look for diabetes, macular degeneration and numerous other conditions. These images will also be shown to you and discussed with you.
This is a device that digitally maps the topography of the surface of the eye to define its curves and irregularities. Necessary for planning both laser vision correction and cataract surgery, the pentacam measures corneal thickness and how steep or flat the cornea is. The Pentacam also performs a scheimpflug image of the lens of the eye to track the progression of change in the lens and cataract formation.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT):
This device allows us to visualize all ten layers of the retina and evaluate the retina for the very earliest signs of diseases such as macular degeneration, retinal tear or detachment and diabetes.All of the images captured during your Advanced Ocular Analysis are saved in your specific electronic medical record at Kameen Eye and this allows us to monitor the health of your eyes for years and decades to come!
Example Exam Scans: