Have you ever been concerned about the possibility of glaucoma or cataracts? Perhaps it’s time you scheduled an eye exam at Eye Image in Fort McMurray. We provide a range of eye care services to assess, maintain and optimize your vision health. Whether you’re a child or a senior, proper eye care is important. Should you ever notice signs of deterioration with your eyesight, you’re strongly encouraged to contact our eye care clinic right away!
Get Your Eyes Examined Every Two Years
Most eye care professionals recommend thorough eye exams at least once every two years to ensure you have the correct prescription for your vision. In addition to revealing certain eye conditions, eye exams can also reveal if you suffer from a more serious medical condition, including high blood pressure or diabetes. At Eye Image, we offer the following services for our patients of all ages:
At Eye Image, we utilize the tools and technology made available within our industry to optimize your eye care. Our digital instrumentation allows us the ability to make accurate insights about your overall ocular health. Here are some of the latest technologies we use for our patients:
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive technique that examines light waves and cross-section images of your retina (the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of your eye). OCT allows us to view each of the retina’s distinctive layers so we can measure their thickness. Measuring their thickness allows us to detect, diagnose and treat many retinal diseases and conditions, including age-related macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease, among others.
OCT is also used to evaluate disorders relating to your optic nerve, which is made up of many nerve fibers. Your optic nerve is responsible for sending signals from your retina to your brain, which are then interpreted as the images you see. When an eye condition such as glaucoma changes the fibers of your optic nerve, an OCT exam can be especially helpful in diagnosing this condition.
Digital Retinal Photography (DRP)
Digital retinal photography (DRP) is used to reveal certain eye conditions, including macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. Using a high-powered digital camera, detailed images of the back of your eye are taken during this procedure.
Is it time for a new prescription for your glasses or contact lenses? Why not update your eyeglass frames while you’re here? We carry an appealing selection of modern designer eyewear in a range of prices to suit your lifestyle and budget. Our staff would be more than happy to help you select a suitable fit for you – please contact us today to schedule your next appointment for eye care or an eye exam in Fort McMurray!