Optos California

With California, Optos has incorporated new technology enabling practitioners to see more, discover more, and effectively treat more ocular pathology thus promoting patient health. In addition to a field of view of 200 degrees or 82% of retina in a single image capture, California, offers the following benefits:

  • Visibility of 50% more of the retina when compared to other conventional imaging devices

  • Motorized head and chin rest to more easily align those patients who require additional assistance during imaging

  • ​​​​​​​Multiple imaging modalities including color rg which produces three images in a single capture (color rg, sensory red-free, and choroidal in a single image) and introducing color rgb which produces four images in a single capture (color rg, color rgb, sensory red-free, and choroidal) and autofluorescence

Optovue OCT

The iVue 80 OCT is a powerful clinical tool that transforms the way you assess the retina, optic disc and the cornea. Quantify the thickness of the retina, nerve fiber layer, ganglion cell complex and the cornea. Track change and predict trends in RNFL and GCC thickness and precisely measure angles to aid in disease diagnosis.


Zeiss Humphrey Field Analyzer 3

Reduce testing time. Increase insight into glaucoma.

  • Testing time is reduced by up to 50% with SITA Faster 24-2 threshold testing. The new SITA Faster 24-2C test adds ten additional points for the central visual field. And the points selected cover the areas that are known to be susceptible to glaucomatous defects.

  • Guided Progression Analysis (GPA) provides an overview of the patient’s entire visual field history, streamlines workflow and can improve clinical confidence. GPA simplifies and standardizes analysis of changes in glaucomatous visual fields. It highlights any changes from baseline that represent larger than expected clinical variability and provides plain-language messages whenever changes show consistent and statistically significant loss.


Marco OPD scan III wavefront aberrometer

The new OPD-Scan III is the latest diagnostic/refractive instrument that serves the practice as an autorefractor, keratometer, pupillometer, corneal topographer and wavefront aberrometer.

  • Accurate Diagnostics - Over 20 diagnostic measurements are acquired in 10 seconds. Easy alignment and automatic capture of data ensures accurate readings.

  • Unique Features - Cataract and refractive surgeries have now been taken to another dimension. Detailed patient summaries are available in just a matter of seconds.