Technology

Advances in vision care happen every day. We at Hass Vision Center are committed to safeguarding our patient's ocular health by staying on the leading edge of eye care technology.

SCANNING LASER

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The state-of-the art iVue OCT (Optical Coherance Tomographer) Allows for incredibly detailed imaging of the cornea, macula, and retinal nerve fiber layer.  It's advanced ganglion cell complex scan aids in the early detection and monitoring of glaucoma.

Much like an MRI or ulrasound, OCT technology is an invaluble clinical tool which allows us to view living tissue in cross section and detect and monitor many conditions.

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EIDON IMAGING SYSTEM

Our EIDON confocal scanner is capable of imaging the retina in far greater detail than traditional retinal cameras.  With the EIDON we can obtain clear images even thru media opacities like cataracts.  It's autofluorescence capabilites allow us to gather data on retinal metabolism, which is valuble in monitoring conditions like macular degeneration.

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VISUAL FIELD ANALYZER

Sometimes vision loss can occur so gradually the patient will not notice it until significant loss has occurred. Using Humphrey visual field analyzers we can accurately evaluate a patients full visual field for anomalies.

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RETINAL CAMERA

Our retinal camera allows us to digitally image the inside of the patient's eye to document and track disorders of the retina. Often without the need for dilation.

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PACHYMETRY

Pachymetry is a quick, painless, non-invasive procedure that uses ultrasound to measure corneal thickness. studies have proven corneal thickness to be an important factor in the evaluation of Glaucoma.

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