What is Ultra-widefield retinal imaging?
With traditional, small-field, and even widefield retinal imaging, only 10-1000 of the retina can be captured in a single image. optomap is the only true, clinically validated, ultra-widefield retinal image than can capture 82% or 2000 of the retina, in a single capture, in each imaging modality – an increase of 50% over the next closest imaging device. With optomap auto-montage, up to 97% or 2200 of the retina can be imaged with the multi-capture, montaging functionality.
optomap offers unparalleled views of the retina which provide eye care professionals with the following:
- The only anatomically correct 2000 or 82% image of the retina
- Simultaneous view of the central pole, mid-periphery and periphery
- Multiple retinal imaging modalities to see more, discover more, and treat more patient diseases and pathologies, more effectively
- With more than 600 published and ongoing clinical trials, as well as thousands of case studies and testimonials, show the long-term value of optomap imaging in diagnosis, treatment planning, and patient engagement
QuantifEye MPS II
MPOD Measurement Instrument
The next generation in macular pigment measurement is here – QuantifEye MPS II. The QuantifEye MPS II measurement instrument is the most reliable and accurate device for measuring Macular Pigment Optical Density (MPOD). MPOD measurement allows EyeCare Professionals to assess a key Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) risk factor, low macular pigment, as well as other visual performance challenges. AMD is the leading cause of age-related blindness.
QuantifEye MPS II features include:
- More than 3-million eyes measured
- Scientifically validated
The QuantifEye MPS II measures a patient’s MPOD, and the primary benefits of MPOD measurement are:
- Identifies which patients need supplementation
- Confirms that supplementation is working
Healthy MPOD is important for three specific reasons:
- Low MPOD is a key risk factor for AMD
- Healthy MPOD blocks harmful blue light from reaching the visual cells in the back of the eye
- MPODisassociatedwithvisualperformancebenefitslikereducedglaresensitivity,enhanced contrast sensitivity (a central vision function) and improved quality of night vision.
The Clarifye digital eye exam
Eye exam technology has been the same for decades—but not anymore. Meet CLARIFYESM – the digital eye exam that shows you more. This means patients receive a digitally precise eye exam. It also means patients will receive a more comprehensive eye health assessment. Bottom line, CLARIFYESM gives a more personalized patient experience.
This multifaceted advanced technology provides the most accurate, patient-friendly eye exam in the Washington-Metro area. During your CLARIFYESM exam, your doctor uses digital equipment to map the unique fingerprint of your eye. The exam is detailed and comprehensive, and every step is personalized just for you. No other eye exam is more precise. You’ll come out of your Clarifye exam with a new understanding of your eyes, insight into your overall health, and confidence that you’re seeing your very best!
Don’t just take our word for it; come see what you’ve been missing! Schedule your next eye exam today.
Corneal topography is a computer assisted diagnostic tool that creates a three-dimensional map of the surface curvature of the cornea. The cornea (the front window of the eye) is responsible for about 70 percent of the eye’s focusing power. An eye with normal vision has an evenly rounded cornea, but if the cornea is too flat, too steep, or unevenly curved, less than perfect vision results. The greatest advantage of corneal topography is its ability to detect irregular conditions invisible to most conventional testing.
Corneal topography produces a detailed, visual description of the shape and power of the cornea. This type of analysis provides your doctor with very fine details regarding the condition of the corneal surface. These details are used to diagnose, monitor, and treat various eye conditions. They are also used in fitting contact lenses and for planning surgery, including laser vision correction. For laser vision correction, the corneal topography map is used in conjunction with other tests to determine exactly how much corneal tissue will be removed to correct vision and with what ablation pattern.