Our Doctors See More With Advanced Tests & Digital Scans
Our north Edmonton optometrists specialize in modern eye care. Schedule an eye exam at our eye care clinic today, and you will see how and why our Edmonton eye exams are considered one of the most thorough, comprehensive, advanced, and personalized available. The optometrists and opticians at our Edmonton clinic professionally personalize patient-first eye care and eyewear uniquely to you and your needed, enabling you to be your very best. See the future by scheduling an eye exam today!Schedule An Exam Our Optometrists
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Our Edmonton Eye Exams: This Is What Makes Them The Best!
- Experienced Edmonton Optometrists: When it comes to providing healthcare, there is no substitute for experience and know-how.
- Personalized Care: Every person and every eye is unique. We customize eye care based on the needs of our patients.
- A Professional Team That Cares: Eye care requires a team effort. Every one of our professionals contributes to patient care and service.
- State-of-the-Art Diagnostic Technology: Technologies promote the early detection of diseases causing irreversible vision loss.
- Thoroughness: Patient-first service that dedicates the time, resources, and know-how to provide world-class eye care.
- Patient Education: Our eye care professionals make every visit a friendly, informative learning experience.
2. Advanced Eye Exam Tests
eye-deology Vision Care differentiates itself from other clinics by having the most advanced modern diagnostic specialty testing equipment. Specialty equipment, such as a wide-angle high-resolution retinal imager, Optical Coherence Tomographer (OCT), Humphrey Visual Field Analyzer and corneal topographer, ensures that patients receive the best comprehensive eye care. In some cases, specialty diagnostic equipment supports both screening and detailed tests. Screening tests occur before seeing the optometrist, while detailed assessments happen after an initial examination by the eye doctor. Patients wearing contact lenses or that have known conditions typically have specialty tests included in their regular exam.
10. Our Edmonton Eye Exam - Specialty Testing:
Retinal Imaging. A Detailed View of the Retina
Wide-angle retinal imaging is a unique technology that can capture more than 80% of the retina in one panoramic image, while traditional imaging methods typically only allow for 15% of the retina to be viewed at one time. The image enables optometrists to see the entire retina and to identify any concerns to patients. Getting a retinal image is fast, painless, and comfortable. Nothing touches the eye at any time. To receive a scan, one looks into the device and follows the prompts.Schedule Eye Exam
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OCT Screening. Assessing Retinal Structure
Optical Coherence Tomography uses low-intensity infra-red light to provide a 3D image of the back of the eye. It shows not only the surface but also the depth of the structures. It is similar to using ultrasound and creates an image similar to that of a MRI or CT scan. The scan takes only seconds to acquire an image, and it is totally painless. All you need to do is look at a light, keep your eyes still, and not blink for two seconds.Schedule Eye Exam
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Humphrey Visual Field Analysis. Peripheral Vision
This specialty test is frequently necessary to provide a comprehensive evaluation of a patient's visual field. For example, if a patient has glaucoma or receives poor results during the FDT screening test, they will likely undergo Humphrey Visual Field Analysis. For this test, the patient maintains focus on a central target and presses a button each time they see a light stimulus. It is impossible to see every light stimulus, and some lights may appear brighter/duller and slower/faster than others. The eye not being tested is often covered, and room lights dimmed for the test.Schedule Eye Exam
13. Our Edmonton Eye Exam - Specialty Testing:
Corneal Topography. Assessing Surface Curvature
Since the cornea is responsible for approximately 70% of the eye's refractive power, evaluation of its topography, or surface curvature, is essential for determining the quality of vision and ocular health. Corneal topography is a non-invasive medical imaging technique used for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea. The three-dimensional map generated by the scan is a valuable aid for optometrists that can assist in the diagnosis and treatment of several conditions, plan cataract surgery, plan refractive surgery (i.e., LASIK), and assess the fit of contact lenses.Schedule Eye Exam
General Edmonton Eye Exam Questions
Annual eye exams are especially important for children and seniors, and for those individuals with systemic conditions, such as diabetes.
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Searching for an Edmonton optometrist? Our experienced Edmonton eye doctors use advanced modern technologies and devote upwards of 500% more time towards providing personalized patient care than elsewhere so that they can see more and ensure that you may never see less. Position yourself to see the future today with Edmonton's best eye care!
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