Our Technology

Electronic Health Records
Our EHR system is called RevolutionEHR and it's specifically designed for optometrists. We are able to do a variety of optometric things with this software, but there are also many patient advantages. Appointment reminders can be sent by text or email, you can complete and submit your paperwork online before your appointment, and patients are invited to use our Patient Portal where they have access to appointment records, prescription(s), order status and account balance.  

Digital Eye Chart   
This is a great system with multiple options to keep kids' attention with colors, shapes and videos. This also has an infinite combination of letters and numbers for those of you who have memorized the original eye chart.  

Auto Refractor Keratometer  
The auto refractor generates the size, shape and focus of the eye with unparalleled precision. This information gives us a great starting point for the exam.  

Corneal Topographer  
Our topographer gathers information about the size and shape of an entire cornea. Traditional measurements only account for the central 3 millimeters of the cornea, which isn't all that helpful when diseases usually aren't present in that area. The topographer generates information from 100 percent of the cornea, allowing the doctor to fit an incredibly precise contact lens and identify a variety of corneal diseases.  

Visual Field Machine
Our visual field machine checks the function of the eye to determine how well the eyes communicate with the brain. It tests central and peripheral vision to detect any issues that could be caused by glaucoma, stroke or other neurological issues.  

The iVue looks at the eye on an anatomical level, including layers of the eye that are not visible through other methods of examination. In short, it's a high resolution ultrasound for the eye that uses light waves instead of sound waves. Every patient can benefit from information provided by the iVue. Among other things, this piece of equipment recognizes possible diseases, determines whether you're a good candidate for LASIK and rats you out if you're over-wearing your contacts. The iVue is not a substitution for dilation, but if you refuse dilation, we strongly encourage you to allow us to document your eyes with a couple of iVue images. It's not as thorough as a dilated exam, but it's better than nothing.