Keratometry measures corneal curvature, aiding in determining the precise prescription needed for vision correction, ensuring optimal visual acuity.
Measuring intraocular pressure is crucial as elevated pressure can indicate conditions like glaucoma, where early detection is vital for preventing vision loss.
Slit lamp photography allows for detailed observation of eye structures such as the cornea, iris, and lens, aiding in the diagnosis of various ocular conditions like cataracts or corneal abrasions.
Corneal topography provides detailed maps of the cornea’s shape, aiding in the diagnosis and management of conditions such as keratoconus or astigmatism, ensuring tailored treatment plans for patients.
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) enables detailed imaging of the retina, facilitating early detection and effective management of retinal conditions such as macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy, thereby preserving vision and optimizing patient outcomes.