The crux of every examination at Visual Eyes is ensuring suitable vision for every stage of your life
Your optometrist at Visual Eyes will often make use of a wavefront abberometer and corneal topography in the assessment of your eye's optical system.
This machine allows us to measure the amount of distortion introduced to the light that enters the eye.
This distortion may come from the cornea, lens or the fluids in the eye.
Assessing these distortions will allow us to make the most informed decision to provide you with the best possible vision.
The digital phoropter allows your optometrist to refract a lot faster, with the same accuracy.
This improves your experience and allows the optometrist more time to examine the structures of the eye itself.