Posts filed under: Ophthalmic

Advantages and Disadvantages of a Non-Mydriatic Fundus Camera

With the right retinal camera, ophthalmologists can more accurately diagnose and treat diseases of the eye. A retinal camera, or fundus camera, allows practitioners to view the retina in deeper detail and store results for further study and comparison. More […]

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The Autorefractor: What You Need to Know

Eyes are complicated organs full of nerves, muscles, soft tissues and blood vessels. They work together to provide sight, what many consider the most valued of the five senses. Because eyes are so complex, it is not always easy to […]

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Wow Your Patients with Digital Refraction Equipment

Is your eye exam process satisfying your patients? Or do they leave your office frustrated and unsure if they are even getting the right lens prescription? Now, with the introduction of the Huvitz HDR-9000 Digital Refractor, you can offer your […]

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How a Lensmeter Can Help Blue Light Blocking

There is something in our environment wreaking havoc on our sleep schedules, causing damage to our eyes, and affecting our vision, yet many people don’t even realize they are exposed to it several times per day. The culprit is blue […]

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Slit Lamp Exams and Eye Health Go Hand in Hand

In the same way that general practitioners perform yearly physicals to diagnose diseases in their infancy, ophthalmologists complete slit lamp exams to ensure continued eye health—because the sooner a problem is detected the more successful treatment is. What is a […]

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