OPD-Scan III Wavefront system
At our office, we use the innovative OPD-Scan III Wavefront system. This remarkable instrument uses the most advanced digital technology available to help us better evaluate your unique needs and provide you with the best possible vision by filling your optical path with more diagnostic light rays that catch any imperfections that exist. Far more than just a refractive examination, this instrument gives us a comprehensive understanding of your complete visual system and optical pathway.
Using information from the OPD III Wavefront system, we can make better recommendations to help you see better in all types of settings:
Trouble with excessive glare and less than optimal vision when driving at night? Our OPD can help.
Feel like you just aren’t seeing your best with your latest pair of glasses? Our eye exam using the OPD can tell you why.
Think cataracts are impacting your vision? The OPD can show you if you’re right.
We are thrilled to offer the best technology and care for our patients. Our job is to make your vision as close to perfect as we can and the OPD Wavefront system helps us achieve that.
Marco automated technologies communicate with each other through ‘Marco Connect’ SW and/or Smart card data transfer. Combined diagnostic exam data is then seamlessly integrated to all leading EMR systems.
The BioPhotonic Scanner is a groundbreaking device that measures the antioxidant levels in your skin. This is directly linked to the disease fighting antioxidant levels in your blood and your eyes. It is an important bio-marker for inflammation in the body. We are committed to improving your health and the best approach is to be proactive. Your general well-being and your eyes are connected. Studies have shown that certain vitamins and carotenoid antioxidants decrease your risk for macular degeneration and cataracts (along with cancer, heart disease, stroke, and many other systemic diseases) Knowing your current level of antioxidant protection is the first step to see how healthy your body is to fight off disease and making any necessary changes to you antioxidant level intake.
Digital Retinal Photography (Optos)
We use Optos ultra-widefield (UWF™) retinal imaging as a tool to help us discover, diagnose, document and treat ocular pathology that may first present in the periphery – pathology which may go undetected using traditional examination techniques and equipment. Our UWF, high-resolution retinal imaging device captures an image more than 80% or 200˚ of the retina in a single capture.