Non-invasive Corneal Topography
Cornea analysis, also known as corneal topography and photokeratoscopy, is the act of mapping the surface curvature of your cornea. It has multiple purposes but is commonly used to properly fit contact lenses for those who have keratoconus, multifocal, and toric. Doctors who want to observe the thickness of the cornea, as when monitoring glaucoma, can use cornea analysis to see the thickness, curvature, and shape of the cornea.
WHY DO I NEED CORNEA ANALYSIS?
Reasons for Cornea Analysis
Cornea analysis is performed by ophthalmologists to observe the unique curvature and depth of your cornea. This is important when it comes to managing eye diseases like glaucoma. It’s also necessary for properly fitting contact lenses for those with kerotoconus.
Corrective Vision Surgery
Monitor Eye Conditions
Fitting Contact Lenses
Planning Ocular Surgeries
Diagnosing Eye Diseases
RESULTS THAT MATTER, WITHOUT AN INTENSE PROCEDURE
The analysis is performed by a computer that images your cornea and makes a map of it digitally. This process is minimally invasive and requires minimal discomfort by the patient to perform.
Depth of Detail Leads to Precision During Procedures
Aids in Better Vision
Cornea analysis is used for everything from fitting contact lenses to planning for surgery. This advanced technology gives ophthalmologists the ability to see different views of your cornea that makes their procedures more accurate and precise. The end goal is to get your vision as close to 20/20 as possible.
Key Insights result in better visual outcomes
Improved Disease Management
Cornea analysis is used from diagnosis to treatment of eye diseases. It boosts our ability to provide you with a personalized treatment plan by giving us access to the minuscule details within your eye. Disease management is a key aspect of maintaining your vision. With cornea analysis, we can provide the best strategy for keeping your vision clear.
CATCH VISUAL PROBLEMS ALL AT ONCE
What Will a Corneal Analysis Show?
Corneal analyses are used to identify major eye health-related concerns. Diseases that can be identified by mapping the cornea include:
- Corneal Dystrophies
- Corneal Abrasions
- Irregular Astigmatism
- Dry Eye
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