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  • Auto Refraction

As part of a routine eye examination, a refraction test, also known as a vision test, is administered to determine the precise prescription required for glasses or contact lenses by our optometrist or ophthalmologist.

  • A-Scan

Utilizing an ultrasound device for diagnostic purposes, A-scan provides insights into the anatomical dimensions of the eye, such as axial length and anterior chamber depth. This test proves valuable in diagnosing common sight disorders and plays a crucial role in cataract surgeries. A-scans assist ophthalmologists in determining the power of the intraocular lens (IOL) needed for artificial implants.

  • B- Scan

B-scan ultrasound is most useful when direct visualization of intraocular structures is difficult or impossible. Situations that prevent normal examination and needs B-scan include lid problems (eg, severe edema, partial or total tarsorrhaphy), keratoprosthesis, corneal opacities (eg, scars, severe edema), hyphema, hypopyon, miosis, pupillary membranes, dense cataracts and vitreous opacities.

  • Keratometry

Keratometry involves measuring the curvature of the cornea with a keratometer, requiring no special patient preparation. This procedure aids in assessing corneal curvature.

  • Pachymetry

A pachymeter, a medical device, is employed to measure the thickness of the eye’s cornea. This measurement is essential before Corneal Molding evaluation, LASIK surgery, and screening for patients at risk of developing glaucoma.

  • Corneal Topography

A computer-assisted diagnostic tool, corneal topography creates a three-dimensional map of the cornea’s surface curvature. The cornea, responsible for approximately 70 percent of the eye’s focusing power, is thoroughly analyzed through this advanced technology.

  • OCT ( Optical Coherence Tomography)

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) and optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) are non-invasive imaging tests, using light waves to take cross-section pictures of your retina. With OCT, ophthalmologists can see each of the retina’s distinctive layers. This allows your ophthalmologist to map and measure their thickness. These measurements help with diagnosis.  It also guide treatment for glaucoma as well as retinal disease, like age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and Diabetic Eye Diseases.

  • Fundus Photography

Fundus photo eye test involves capturing a photograph of the back of the eye, i.e. fundus or the retina, all the retina blood vessels, and the optic nerve. The fundus eye test is frequently used to document the retina condition and is also called the color fundus photograph and forms an essential step in treating diseases of the retina.

  • Visual Field

A visual field test is a simple and painless test an eye care provider gives you to diagnose or monitor various eye conditions.A visual field test measures two things:

How far up, down, left and right your eye sees without moving (when you’re looking straight ahead).

How sensitive your vision is in different parts of the visual field, which is the name for the entire area that you can see.