Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner available at Ophthalmetry

Optos Daytona Digital Retinal Scanner available at Ophthalmetry

Optos Daytona Scanner can be defined as a digital machine, non-mydriatic (that does not need or produce pupil dilation), with an ultra-wide field scanning laser ophthalmoscope. In medicine, technology allows improving the instruments that a doctor uses to diagnose and treat his/her patients very fast. So, most specialties benefit from technological improvements. For example, Ophthalmology …

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Lasik Laser: Which Excimer Laser is the Best?

Lasik Laser: Which Excimer Laser is the Best?

Lasik Laser: Which Excimer Laser is the Best? Laser refractive surgeries, like Lasek, PRK, and Lasik, use a specialized Lasik laser to restructure the cornea and correct any refractive inaccuracies like myopia or nearsightedness, hyperopia or farsightedness, and astigmatism. The Popularity of Excimer Laser There are many types of Lasik lasers used for Lasik eye …

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This Is the Best Autorefractor Keratometer for Optometrists

This Is the Best Autorefractor Keratometer for Optometrists

Autorefractor Keratometer is a computer-controlled machine utilized during an eye exam to provide an objective dimension of a person’s refractive error and the prescription for contact lenses or glasses Retinoscopy and baseline refraction was the go-to techniques for eye diagnosis and description but thanks to technological advancements, there are better devices that aren’t just easy …

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What is the World’s Best Retinal Imaging?

What is the World’s Best Retinal Imaging?

The importance of digital retinal imaging cannot be overstated. Although optometrists still use ophthalmoscopes for regular eye exams to view the back of the eye, retinal imaging offers a superior view of the retina – sharper and wider. Whenever possible, it should be used in conjunction with the analog ophthalmoscope, as retinal imaging, in rare …

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