Non-contact tonometry (NCT)
Digital retinal imaging
Our retinal camera takes a high-resolution image of your
including the optic nerve, macula and blood vessels. The camera can be used in the diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy,
and a host of other
. Retinal imaging allows your optometrist to keep an electronic record of the appearance of your
and is invaluable when monitoring for changes in your eyes over a series of appointments. We recommend retinal imaging at every eye exam for all patients over the age of 20 and your optometrist may use it on an as needed basis on younger patients.