Specialty Technology in La Mesa

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Focusing on Technology

Our doctors aim to provide quality eye care, and our pursuit of innovative optometric technology allows us to help you achieve your vision goals. Learning these technologies and implementing them into our eye exams allow us to gain valuable insights into your eyes and vision.

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Comprehensive Eye Care

Our technology allows us to explore your eyes and vision in a new way using effective diagnostic technology to provide every angle possible.

Your eye health and visual needs are a priority, and diagnosing eye diseases early can be crucial to prevent further damage and aid us in preparing a personalized treatment plan. 

We integrate technology into all aspects of our practice and love keeping our patients educated and informed on any new technology we use.

Our Diagnostic Technology

Our doctors use advanced diagnostic services to assist with eye exams, eye disease management, dry eye management, and other vision issues.

Optos Retinal Imaging

Optos retinal imaging uses a scanning laser to get a close, detailed look at your retina. The imaging process allows us to evaluate your retina in more detail to check for issues like diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration. 

Fundus photography is an imaging tool used to record and receive color images of the interior surfaces of the eye. These detailed images allow our team to monitor irregular vision issues and how they develop over time.

We use fundus photography to track the effects of diabetic retinopathy on your eyes and vision.

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a noninvasive imaging test. OCT involves using light waves that take detailed cross-section images of your retina.

OCT allows our team to measure and map each of the retina’s layers to provide treatment guidance for glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.

Meibography is a specialized imaging study of your eyes. This imaging tool examines the health of your meibomian gland function.

Meibography allows our team to observe the structure of your meibomian glands, helping us get a more thorough picture of your eye health.

The Firefly dry eye tool provides full-resolution clear images of your eye. This detailed imaging tool allows our team to get a detailed view of your meibomian glands and determine the underlying cause of your dry eye syndrome issues.

Applanation tonometry is used to detect changes in your eye pressure. This type of tonometry test is the most common and considered the most accurate for measuring eye pressure. Applanation tonometry involves the use of a flat-tipped probe that is gently pressed against the surface of the eye.

The iCare tonometer helps detect intraocular pressure (IOP) in your eyes. While not as common as applanation tonometry, this device allows our team to perform IOP measurements accurately without the need for anesthetic drops.

We Care about the Details

Our doctors at La Mesa Optometry care about all the details. We value our diagnostic technology because it allows us to get the whole picture when it comes to your eyes and vision.

Contact us to book your comprehensive eye exam today and get a detailed picture of your vision.

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Heights Optometry

  • 3404 Adams Ave
  • San Diego, CA 92116

North Park Optometry

  • 3068 University Ave
  • San Diego, CA 92104

La Mesa Optometry

  • 8321 La Mesa Blvd
  • La Mesa, CA 91942

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