At Bryan Stevens Optometrist, we use state-of-the-art technology to ensure accuracy and early detection of eye conditions.
Our technology includes:
Autorefractor – accurately measures our patients’ prescriptions in an easy and non-invasive manner.
ZEISS Auto Phoropter – allows for a quick and easy eye examination as well as an effective comparison of a patient’s old and new prescriptions.
ZEISS i.Terminal – measures to 1/10th of a millimetre enabling us to accurately dispense new spectacles.
Ocular Coherence Tomographer (OCT) Scan – allows us to make a detailed examination of your retina including the macula, optic nerve and other areas. This machine functions like an MRI scan, which helps us detect any early changes at the macula and optic nerve before any changes in vision are noticed. This helps us monitor for macular degeneration and glaucoma as well as other eye conditions. Additionally, we use the OCT Scan to fit mini-scleral contact lenses, particularly in patients who have had a corneal graft or have keratoconus.
Retinal camera – takes a colour digital photograph of the retina and allows us to monitor for changes over time. This enables us to look for signs of macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy, as well as assessing the impact of cataracts.
Corneal topographer – allows us to take a 3D map of your cornea and more accurately fit contact lenses, particularly ortho-K, mini-scleral and gas permeable contact lenses.
Icare tonometer – enables us to measure your intraocular pressure without the need for the uncomfortable puff test.
Pachymeter – measures your corneal thickness. This enables us to take an accurate measure of your intraocular pressure and monitor the progression of conditions such as keratoconus and other disorders of the cornea.