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Advanced Technology

For a brief description of some of the advanced equipment we have in our office, please follow the links.

Kennett Square Eye Care Technology

  • Combining a high resolution color non-mydriatic retinal camera with the latest Spectral Domain OCT technology.
  • We offer baseline digital images to all of our patients...why rely on memory when you can rely on an image?
  • Optos introduced retinal imaging with UWF™ scanning laser technology to provide a photograph of the fundus to support practitioners diagnosing, analyzing, documenting and monitoring ocular pathology that may first present in the periphery. Without UWF technology, pathology in the periphery may go undetected using traditional examination techniques and equipment. Optos has several ultra-widefield high resolution imaging devices available with simultaneous non-contact pole-to-periphery views of more than 80% or 200˚ of the retina in a single patient friendly capture. Optos is once again expanding the boundaries of ultra-widefield imaging. Our newest device offers multiple wavelength imaging, including options for color, red-free, fluorescein & indocyanine green angiography and autofluorescence.
  • The Humphrey Matrix FDT Perimeter uses Welch Allyn Frequency Doubling Technology to provide a clinically verified, fast and affordable means of detecting early visual field loss.
  • Corneal topography is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea, the outer structure of the eye.
  • This test is important in evaluating ocular conditions that affect the pressure inside of an eye such as glaucoma.
  • Within seconds, an approximate measurement of a person's Rx can be determined and this enhances the exam by both saving time and being more accurate.
  • Corneal pachymetry is a measurement of the thickness of the cornea using the simple method of ultrasound. It is also considered an important test in the early detection of glaucoma.
  • We now have a digital Canon anterior segment camera that attaches to our slit lamp to capture high resolution photos of the front of the eye.