We have invested extensively in the latest eye care technology in order to perform advanced eye examinations.
To this effect we have invested in the latest technology to detect, identify and record assorted conditions and pathologies in the various structures of the eye.
Fundus photography is the creation of a photograph of the interior surface of the eye including the retina, optic disc and macula.
We use fundus photography to detect, identify and monitor certain eye diseases and conditions.
Compared to ophtalmoscopy, fundus photography generally needs a considerably larger instrument, but has the advantage of availing the image to be examined by a specialist at another location and/or time, as well as providing photo documentation for future reference. Modern fundus photographs generally recreate considerably larger areas of the fundus than what can be seen at any one time with handheld ophthalmoscopes.
The OPD scan is an advanced vision-assessment system that combines topography, wavefront, autorefraction, keratometry and pupillometry – allowing accurate and reliable analysis of corneal aberration. The OPD scanner measures the entire optical system of the eye in 27 dimensions in contrast to the 3 dimensions previously available. It is renowned for its precision in assessing night vision. The detailed topographical map of the cornea is used to ensure optimum contact lens fitting, especially pertaining to the fit of rigid lenses.
Screenings for drivers’ licenses.
Skippers’ license screenings.