Spectralis is an imaging device that can take wide and ultra-wide scans with OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography). It's a non-invasive test that allows Dr. Patricia Jitodai to capture detailed scans of your macula and retina. You can blink during the exam while the doctor scans your eyes in real-time with eye-tracking technology, providing insight into any changes to your eye's structure and symptoms of any retinal problems.
Daytona is next-gen retinal imaging technology. The device captures ultra-high resolution digital images so that the doctor can see details of your retina, giving them a wide range of view. It takes less than 1 second with both automatic and manual settings on a touch screen for simple use. A 200-degree image of the retina is taken in a single image capture, giving Dr. Patricia Jitodai a virtual map of your retina, so they can determine the overall health of your eye.
The Medmont Corneal Topographer is one of the most advanced medical technology devices on the market. It is a non-invasive method for corneal mapping with a large coverage area, particularly effective for fitting Ortho-K contact lenses. The detailed images are captured in mere seconds so that Dr. Patricia Jitodai can determine the exact curves and contours of your cornea. With 9,600 measurement points, the Medmont Corneal Topographer has extremely high accuracy rates and is a trusted source of corneal data in the vision care community.
The Diopsys NOVA system can help Dr. Patricia Jitodai detect early signs of visual disorders and help manage the treatment of existing vision problems. This means that your doctor can see signs of potential problems before they severely affect your vision. They can also diagnose damage to your visual functions earlier than usual and your chart prognosis effectively, allowing for a more detailed understanding of your vision difficulties, ultimately giving your doctor the tools they need to provide you with the best treatment.
The Visual Field Octopus is one of the most advanced medical devices for early glaucoma detection. It’s also one of the fastest. The Octopus system tests each eye in less than 3 minutes and on average, most patients sit for 2.5 minutes in the chair, for a quick and comfortable experience. This device is also wheelchair accessible for physically disabled patients, making it a superior choice for early glaucoma testing.