When looking for advanced eye care Calgary optometry offices don’t always offer the same components of care. At the Glenmore Landing Vision Center we are committed to bringing our patients and customers the latest advancements in technology in the optical industry. By providing advanced eye care Calgary patients have access to state of the art equipment. We also provide the latest and greatest from lens manufactures in both glasses and contacts. By offering our patients premium products we are able to provide you the best vision possible.
Ocular Coherence Tomographer “OCT”
To provide you with vision care that exceeds your expectations we are committed to using the newest technology in the optical industry to assess all aspects of vision. Our newest addition of high tech equipment to our office is an instrument called an “Ocular Coherence Tomographer” or OCT.
The OCT takes an ultra-sound type scan and high resolution photo of the inside back of the eye, the Retina. With this scan and photo your optometrist can better diagnose and manage certain Retinal problems and diseases. In healthy patients the scan and photo provides a baseline that the eye doctor can refer back to in future eye exams. This is useful when problems or changes to the internal parts of the eye occur.
Below is a scan and photo of a patient with a healthy retina.
i.Scription® by ZEISS
i.Scription® offers revolutionary advanced eye care Calgary patients can now have added to their eyeglass lenses to attain the best vision possible. This new technology by ZEISS, determines the unique requirements of your eyes with far greater precision than standard methods. The eyeglasses lenses are more attuned to your vision needs than any other lenses available today.
The i.Scription difference begins with the eye exam. With i.Scription, your doctor examines your pupil under multiple lighting conditions. Even the smallest impediments are identified to help achieve optimal vision. The result is a more precise prescription. ZEISS customized lenses help give you the best possible vision.