Eye Health

Eye Health

We examine the outer surface of your eye and eyelids and the interior of your eye for eye disease.

We check for glaucoma, a disease of the optic nerve. Early detection of glaucoma is crucial to prevent the loss of sight.

We watch for cataracts, when the internal lens of your eye becomes cloudy.

Any eye examination should always include a careful look at the retina, which is located at the back of the eye, to screen for abnormalities or disease.

The sensitive tissue that makes up the retina is susceptible to a variety of diseases that can ultimately lead to partial loss of vision or even complete blindness. Early detection of any retinal abnormality is crucial.

We use the most comprehensive and advanced vision care available to get the best possible view of your eyes from
inside out.

Our Digital Retinal Imaging System gives a comprehensive image of your retina in a simple, quick, and patient-friendly way. It enables us to see more details of your retina to diagnose things like hardening of the arteries, high blood pressure, diabetes, macular degeneration, glaucoma and brain tumours and to prevent strokes and many other health problems. In children, it helps detect degenerations caused by nearsightedness.

Above is an image of a patient with a cholesterol embolus.

Experience with this technology has already led to improved disease detection and has possibly prevented vision loss and blindness in several patients.

The DRI System also allows us to keep track of subtle changes to your eyes’ health over time – changes so subtle that you may not even notice them – storing images for comparison at your next examination.