The binocular slit-lamp examination provides a stereoscopic magnified view of the eye structures in detail, enabling anatomical diagnoses to be made for a variety of eye conditions. A second, hand-held lens is used to examine the retina. A slit-lamp exam is usually done during a regular checkup with your eye doctor before the cataract surgery procedure.
NC Tonometer is used to perform Tonometry. Tonometry is a quick and simple test that checks the pressure inside your eyes. The results can help your doctor see if you're at risk for glaucoma. The pressure inside your eye is called intraocular pressure (IOP).
Radio Frequency Cautery is a medical device that uses radiofrequency energy to heat and destroy tissue. Radio Frequency Cautery is used to remove warts, skin tags, keloids, and moles.
The Hertel Exophthalmometer is used to measure the distance between the lateral orbital rim and the most anterior position of the cornea so to determine the axial position of the eyes.
Preocular scales, or preoculars, are those lying directly in front of and in contact with the eye. Postocular scales, or postoculars, are those lying directly behind and in contact with the eye. Supraocular scales, or supraoculars, are enlarged scales on the crown immediately above the eye.
An prosthetic eye is an artificial eye that is placed in the eye socket of patients whose eyes have been removed. The eye is made of a durable, high-quality acrylic and it comes in two forms: Stock shell and Custom-Made Prostheses.