State-of-the-art optometry testing devices have revolutionized the field of eye care. These devices are designed to provide accurate and detailed information about the patient's vision, allowing optometrists to diagnose and treat a wide range of eye conditions. With advanced technology and sophisticated software, these devices are able to detect even the slightest changes in vision, providing patients with the best possible care. From retinal imaging to corneal topography, Enclave Vision Associates has everything we need to ensure you receive the highest quality eyecare around!
Scared of the puff of air? Enclave Vision Associates accurately assesses your eye pressure without the need for a puff of air! The iCare tonometer is a device used for measuring intraocular pressure. It is a handheld device that uses rebound technology to measure the pressure in the eye. The iCare tonometer is easy to use and provides accurate readings. It is a popular choice among healthcare professionals for its reliability and convenience.
The digital automated refracting system is a modern technology used in optometry to measure a patient's refractive error. This system is highly accurate and efficient, reducing the time it takes to perform a refraction test. It also eliminates the need for manual adjustments, resulting in more consistent and reliable results. Overall, the digital automated refracting system is a valuable tool for our optometrists in providing quality eye care to their patients.
In bringing the most advanced technology available to our patients, our practice is proud to be one of the few in the Houston area to have the Zeiss Clarus technology. It gives our optometrists an unequaled ultra-widefield image of the retina without the use of dilation drops. This assists our doctors in detecting eye disease at a very early stage. This technology can reveal signs of serious eye diseases such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetes, high blood pressure, retinal detachments, ocular melanoma, and much more. Our optometrists recommend this retinal photo as an integral part of your eye exam. This ultra-widefield retinal photo is a permanent record for your medical file, enabling our eye doctors to make important comparisons if potential problems show themselves at a future examination.
Visual field testing is a diagnostic tool used to assess the extent and quality of a person's peripheral vision. The test involves a series of stimuli presented in different locations within the visual field, and the patient is asked to indicate when they see the stimuli. This information is then used to create a map of the patient's visual field, which can be used to diagnose a variety of conditions, such as glaucoma, optic nerve damage, and brain tumors. The test is non-invasive and typically takes less than 30 minutes to complete.
The Lumenis Optilight is a medical device used for the treatment of dry eyes. It utilizes intense pulsed light (IPL) technology to treat a range of skin conditions such as pigmentation, sun damage, and hair removal. The device is equipped with a cooling system to minimize discomfort during treatment and has adjustable settings to accommodate different skin types and conditions. The Lumenis Optilight is a safe and effective option for those seeking non-invasive skin treatments.
Our optical offers a wide selection of eyeglasses for men, women, and children with the latest in lens technology. Our doctors and opticians take into account your daily visual demands in order to recommend the best pair of frames and lenses to meet your needs. We are able to edge lenses in our office to provide faster service and exceptional customer care.
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive imaging technique that uses light waves to capture high-resolution images of biological tissues. It is used to diagnose and monitor eye diseases such as glaucoma and macular degeneration. OCT works by measuring the echo time delay and intensity of backscattered light waves, which allows for the creation of detailed cross-sectional images of the retina and other ocular structures. Our doctors recommend that all patients over the age of 40 have a baseline screening performed, and also recommend screening for any patient over the age of 30 who has a family history of eye disease.