• Our Digital Retinal Camera uses uses flash photography to capture a snapshot of the structures in the eye. Digital photos stay in the patient file as part of the medical record to act as a basis for comparison in future visits. We use it to monitor any small changes in the blood vessels, macula, optic nerve, and retinal features. It is a valuable tool for all patients, and especially for our patients with diabetes, macular degeneration, glaucoma or glaucoma suspicion, or family members with these conditions. Remember, A picture is worth a thousand words.


  • Our FDT Field Analyzer allows us to test peripheral vision (or side vision) and assess optic nerve function. It is useful in detecting and assessing glaucoma, as well as other nerve problems including brain tumours.
  • Corneal Pachymetry is the measurement of the cornea’s thickness. This procedure may be reecommended for patients who are at risk for glaucoma or are interested in laser eye surgery.