We are passionate about staying at the forefront of advancements in optometric technology and techniques. Through the use of state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and cutting-edge treatment options, we aim to provide accurate and comprehensive eye examinations, precise vision corrections, and effective management of ocular conditions.

Optomap Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging

Regular detailed examination of the inside of the eye - the retina, is critical to eye health. Until recently, most ophthalmic cameras could only photograph about 20% of the retina at a time. We now know that many eye diseases occur or begin at the periphery (outer edges) of the retina, so examining this area is extremely important.

Because seeing the entire retina is so important at See Breeze Optometry, we have invested in the most advanced camera for ultra-widefield photography. In a single shot, this camera produces "optomap" photos of about 82% of the retina. These images provide superior visibility of the retinal periphery allowing us to see, document, show you and follow pathology that could not be seen with traditional eye cameras.

The optomap is quick and painless, and combined with the thorough eye exams our doctors are trained to provide this advanced technology offers a new level of diagnostic confidence. We are proud and happy to offer this service to our patients.

iCare Tonometer

The iCare is the modern tonometer that allows us to determine your eye pressure without using the conventional puff of air! It provides a quick and painless reading for intraocular pressure measurements and glaucoma screenings.

Maestro 2 OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography)

The Maestro 2 is an advanced non-invasive eye scan technology that uses light waves to see beneath the surface of the eye. It is useful in early diagnosis of serious eye conditions such as glaucoma, diabetes and age-related macular degeneration.

Octopus 600 Visual Field Testing

Our Octopus 600 evaluates the health of your central and peripheral (side) vision to determine if you have any "blind spots" and the location of where they are. A "blind spots" size and shape can show how an eye disease or a brain disorder is affecting your vision. For example, it can be used to diagnose, determine the severity of, and monitor glaucoma.

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