AdaptDx Dark Adaptometer
NeoVision Group offers the AdaptDx test to measure the number of minutes it takes your vision to adjust from bright light to darkness. This number is your RI, or Rod Intercept.
Your RI provides us with critical information to help determine if you have age-related macular degeneration (AMD). With the AdaptDx, we can detect signs of AMD several years earlier than any other way.
The AdaptDx Rapid Test only takes a few minutes per eye and is very easy to take—you just push a button when you see a light. We will have your results immediately so that we can discuss the findings and any next steps that may be required. The AdaptDx is made in the USA by Maculogix, Inc. and is cleared for use by the FDA.
The Pentacam is a three in one instrument. It gives us a 3D image of the cornea (front surface of the eye) that aids in disease detection and contact lens fitting.
It will measure the center thickness of the cornea, which helps in glaucoma management and refractive surgery. It also takes a picture of the front third of the eye which assists in cataract detection and glaucoma diagnosis. It does all three measures within 15 seconds.
The Diopsys NOVA-VEP Vision Testing System is a painless, non-invasive vision test that objectively measures the function of the entire visual pathway from the eyes to the visual center of the brain. The Diopsys NOVA device does this by using a technology called Visual Evoked Potential (VEP).
VEP has been demonstrated to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of many disorders including amblyopia, brain injury, stroke, glaucoma, multiple sclerosis, and other vision-related issue.The purpose of this series of tests is to provide comprehensive diagnostic information to better plan your treatment and monitor the results.
Now that we can implant a lens into the eye to replace the natural crystalline lens removed during cataract surgery, the question arises as to how strong the implanted lens should be.
NEOVision Group uses the most advanced technology , the IOLMaster, to obtain this important information. It measures the axial length along the eyes visual axis directly to the macula. Its measurements are highly consistent providing optimal vision postoperatively.
The Nidek auto focus fundus camera allows us to quickly take 3D retinal photos. The photos help us to follow and manage glaucoma and macular degeneration.
The Cornea (the clear front window of the eye) consists of five layers. The inner most layer is called the endothelium. This layer consists of specialized cells called endothelial cells that cover the posterior surface of the cornea. The primary purpose of these cells is to maintain the health and transparency of the cornea.
Advanced age, disease, injury and contact lens complications can cause significant reduction in endothelial cell density. When this occurs, the cornea becomes hazy causing glare and decreased vision.
Specular Microscopy is a noninvasive photographic technique that allows your doctor to visualize and analyze the corneal endothelium. Early detection of cell loss will result in prompt treatment reducing the risk of corneal edema (swelling) and helping to maintain corneal health.
Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT
The Zeiss Cirrus HD-OCT uses a laser to take precise measurements of the retina and optic nerve. It aids in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Humphrey Field analyzer
The Humphrey Field Analyzer is used to detect changes in the side vision caused by glaucoma and other diseases. It is very important in following glaucoma treatment to check for any progression of side vision loss.
Even life threatening conditions such as brain tumors and tumors behind the eye can be detected with a visual field exam.
Marco’s TRS 5100 Total Refraction System
The Marco TRS Total Refraction System is the latest generation of electronic refraction technology.
This high tech system allows our NEO Vision doctors to give our patients the most satisfying examination experience possible. It is extremely accurate and reliable and allows the doctors to check your prescription faster and more efficiently.
Its side-by-side comparisons of prescription changes allow for quicker assessments and eliminate some of the subjective problems associated with the traditional “Which is better, one or two?” method.
It has the ability to compare your old glasses prescription to your new prescription at the push of a button. Getting your eyes examined has gotten a whole lot easier with the Marco TRS Total Refraction System!
Our goal is to achieve superior understanding of your full visual pathway. To achieve that goal we use a highly sophisticated instrument called the Marco OPD-3.
This remarkable wavefront device uses the most advanced technologies available to help us better evaluate your unique vision needs and ensure a more accurate and correct prescription. Using the data gathered from the OPD 3, we can diagnose difficult cases of unexplained vision problems such as ghosting, excessive glare and poor night vision.
It also enables us to better manage eye disease and perform a higher-level refractive evaluation for those patients considering contact lenses, LASIK, or premium Intraocular lens implants.