When you come to our beautiful, state-of-the-art office in Murray, you’ll find our exam lanes outfitted with the latest in imaging and diagnostic technology.
Our Eye Health Exam Technology
Our experienced eye doctors are proud to customize every eye health exam using the industry’s most advanced methods. That’s why we make adopting the latest technology into our practice a priority, making everything from standard vision testing to eye disease diagnosis and management as precise as possible.
An incredibly important part of evaluating any eye is imaging. When your eye doctor takes images of your eye, they can examine how your eyes change year over year and identify signs of eye diseases before they have a chance to impact your Read Morevision.
The earliest signs of many eye diseases can be seen in the retina, the thin wall of light-sensitive tissue that lines the backs of your eyes.
We use an Optovue Avanti™ to generate an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) image. This is a 3D scan of your retina and surrounding structures that we use to look for holes and tears in the retinal tissue and blood vessels affected by macular degeneration (AMD) or diabetic retinopathy. We also use an optomap to produce an ultra-widefield, panoramic view of the retina that allows us to highlight abnormalities.
We use corneal topography to create a detailed map of the surface of the eye. This helps in identifying irregularities in the cornea (the clear, front of the eye) that can affect your vision and your ability to use certain types of eyewear. Read Less
Depending on unique risk factors or eye health history, we may decide to use a selection of diagnostic equipment to further personalize your eye health exam. We understand how important your vision is to your quality of life, and we want to make Read Moresure you can enjoy clear vision for as long as possible!
We use Diopsys® VEP and ERG technology to measure the electrical impulses created by your eyes to detect any changes that would signal an issue. Other tools, like the TearLab™ Osmolarity Test, provide a straightforward evaluation of your tear film quality, one of the primary indicators of dry eye disease.
We also measure various aspects of the eye to ensure they’re as healthy as possible. Our QuantifEye® MPS evaluates your macular pigment optical density (MPOD), one of the factors that may indicate increased risk for macular degeneration. And, we conduct non-contact tonometry to measure your intraocular pressure (IOP) — the damaging force behind glaucoma — in the most comfortable way. Read Less
It’s important to regularly evaluate your vision, not only to maintain a prescription that helps you see as clearly as possible with your eyewear, but also because worsening vision can be one of the most obvious signs of an underlying issueRead More.
One of the more fascinating tests we have is our Maculogix® AdaptDX Pro®. This evaluates the rod cells in your retina for their dark adaptation, which is responsible for night vision — this enables us to detect macular degeneration earlier than most other technologies.
We perform visual field testing with the industry-standard Humphrey® Field Analyzer to look for loss of vision — especially peripheral vision — which can signal a variety of eye conditions including cataracts and glaucoma.
And, as part of every vision prescription update, we use an autorefractor and a digital phoropter to provide a significantly greater degree of precision to the prescriptions we generate than the manual equipment you might find in other exam rooms. Read Less
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We’re glad to know that every one of our patients can benefit from some, if not all, of the leading-edge tools we’ve brought into Jarvis Vision Center. To experience the difference this eye exam technology can make for your eye care, please use our convenient online scheduling tool to book your eye exam today!