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It's Not Just About Vision!

Did you know that a thorough eye exam can detect diseases such as diabetes, MS, lupus, and brain tumours?

People don't typically realize that looking into the eye is the only time we can see blood vessels and internal tissues in real time. Even if you haven't noticed a change in your vision, eye exams are absolutely vital for your overall health.


The Optos system enables optometrists to screen the back of the eye without the need for uncomfortable dilating drops in most cases (dilating drops may be required if a disease is detected). Optomap provides a permanent image, allowing optometrists to document pathologies and track how they change over time. Using different filters, these images can also show different layers of the back of the eye for earlier detection of eye problems. The use of Optomap is recommended for all patients, including children, to ensure a thorough eye exam.

Darwin Luvo IPL System
for Dry Eyes

The Darwin Luvo system is an innovative treatment for dry eye symptoms, employing advanced Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) or Radio Frequency (RF) technology. This system targets the meibomian glands in the eyelids, which are vital for producing essential oils in the tear film, crucial for eye moisture and comfort. By delivering controlled light pulses, it directly addresses ocular inflammation, the primary cause of dry eye syndrome. This process efficiently unblocks the glands, reducing swelling and alleviating discomfort.

Patients who undergo Dry Eye Therapy experience significant relief from symptoms like dryness, irritation, and visual disturbances. The treatment is quick, virtually pain-free, and non-invasive, making it a preferred choice for effective dry eye management.

MYAH Diagnostic Tool

The MYAH Machine, designed for myopia and dry eye syndrome management, offers comprehensive care.

Equipped with advanced features, it aids in early detection and treatment planning for myopia (a condition leading to nearsightedness) in children. This is crucial for implementing timely interventions that can slow down or control the worsening of nearsightedness. Additionally, it significantly aids in dry eye syndrome management, diagnosing underlying causes and facilitating targeted treatments for issues like meibomian gland dysfunction.

Optical Coherence Tomography

OCT is a non-invasive test that takes a digital scan of the back of the eye and creates a 3D interactive model which the doctor can use to assess the retina and optic nerve. 

How does it work? A technician will simply have you look at a target and then, without touching your eye, take a series of scans. The resulting image is so precise the Optometrist can see individual cell layers that make up each part of the retina and optic nerve! This tool is great for identifying and monitoring a wide variety of ocular diseases, including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration.

Visual Field

Visual Field is a machine that tests all areas of your sight, including peripheral vision.

How does it work? You will be asked to look straight ahead into dome-like target, and a series of lights will flash. Your responses to the visual stimuli will help the optometrist detect and evaluate vision loss, damaged visual pathways to the brain, and other optic nerve diseases. This test is typically recommended for patients with glaucoma or a family history of glaucoma.

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