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Humphrey Corneal TopographerHumphrey Corneal Topographer

This instrument measures the shape and variations on the surface of the cornea. It is a fast, easy, and comfortable way to image the corneal surface.

This simple test assists the doctor in prescribing contact lenses, assessing the corneal health of contact lens wearers, and diagnosing corneal disorders.

Humphrey Corneal TopographerHumphrey Fields Analyzer (FTD)

The Humphry fields analyzerMeasures peripheral vision, sensitivity to light, and tests for blind spots and takes about 40 seconds, is easy, and comfortable.

This highly sophisticated instrument assists Dr. Taroyan in the early detection of brain tumors, Glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments, and other health disorders.

 Humphrey Corneal TopographerOctopus Perimeter 1-2-3 Visual Fields Test

Like the FTD, measures peripheral vision and blind spots however, unlike FTD, far more in-depth and specialized for patients with suspected or expected peripheral vision loss. This test takes less than 5 minutes to test both eyes

A visual fields test with this instrument goes into greater depth than the FTD Fields Analyzer and assists the doctor in the detection of brain tumors, Glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments, and other health disorders.

 Humphrey Corneal TopographerTopcon Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera (Retina Map)

Designed to detect early Glaucoma before damage occurs this instrument provides an accurate description of retinal health and is patient-friendly and non-invasive.

Instead of the approximation currently involved in traditional testing, the RetinaMap provides Dr. Taroyan with an accurate, objective picture of the back of the eye ensuring early detection and diagnosis of ocular diseases.

 Humphrey Corneal TopographerOptos Daytona Wide-Range Retina Camera

An ultra-widefield scanning laser technology to support practitioners discovering, diagnosing, documenting and monitoring ocular pathology with a full range of ultra-wide high resolution imaging devices are suitable for all practices and available with simultaneous non-contact pole-to-periphery views of up to 82% or 200 degrees of the retina in a single capture.

 Humphrey Corneal TopographerSpecular Microscope

The CellChek XL specular microscope represents the latest in endothelial cell analysis, algorithms, and computer technology. Enhanced with auto-focus, auto-alignment, and auto-cell counting, the CellChek XL easily captures consistent, high quality images of the patient's corneal endothelium using a patented method that identifies the position of the cellular interface.

Icare Tonometer TA01i

We NO longer use the "PUFF OF AIR" instrument for testing pressure of the eye. The tonometer is based on a new measuring principle, in which a very light probe is used to make momentary contact with the cornea in slow motion. The measurement is barely noticed by the patient and often does not even cause corneal reflex.

 Humphrey Corneal TopographerDigital Slit Lamp

A high-resolution digital camera attached to the Slit Lamp Microscope allows the doctor to have a permanent photo-image of the eye condition. This allows the doctor to manage external diseases and conditions of the eye. Digital images are used to compare progressive conditions of the eye to better determine treatment options. Conditions may include eyelid diseases, corneal ulcers, degenerations, and dystrophies.

 Optoview RTVueOptovue® RTVue SD-OCT

Optovue (SD-OCT) is a non-invasive high-tech diagnostic instrument used for imaging the retina and optic nerve. It has the ability to detect problems in the eye prior to any symptoms being present in the patient.

With an OCT, doctors are able to see a cross section or 3D image of the retina and detect the early onset of a variety of eye conditions and eye diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy (the top three diseases known to cause blindness). The OCT allows for detection of other diseases such as macular holes, hypertensive retinopathy and even optic nerve damage.

Using an OCT allows for early treatment in patients and dramatically improves the success of these treatments, especially in diseases such as wet macular degeneration – where the eye disease progresses rapidly.

 DGH 8000 ScanmateDGH 8000 Scanmate

The Scanmate is a self- contained, portable, multiple mode ultrasound imaging system. The Scanmate user can rapidly obtain high resolution video loops and still images with clear, sharp details.