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A Glimpse into the Technology of a Modern Ophthalmology Practice

In the ever-evolving world of healthcare, ophthalmology stands out as a field where technological advancements in eye care clinics have significantly improved patient care. At Nexus Eyecare clinic, our fancy equipment is more than just advanced technology, it is the key to preserving and improving your vision. These cutting-edge devices enable us to provide an accurate diagnosis, precise treatments, and personalized care to our patients. So, we would like to take a moment to showcase some of the equipment you may encounter at our eye care clinic, and explain how these play a crucial role in your eye care management.

Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT)

The OCT is a marvel of modern ophthalmology. This non-invasive imaging technology uses light waves to create high-resolution cross-sectional images of the retina. It helps us diagnose and monitor various eye conditions at our eye care clinic including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma with incredible detail and precision.

OCT Angiography (OCT-A)

OCT-A uses light wave technology to capture high-resolution, detailed images of the blood vessels in the retinal layers. Unlike traditional fluorescein angiography, OCT-A does not require the use of contrast dye, making it quicker and safer for our patients.

Wide-angle fundus photography and auto-fluorescence

Wide-angle fundus photography and auto-fluorescence provide a panoramic view of the retina, capturing a larger portion of the back of the eye in a single image. This allows for a comprehensive examination of the retina, including the peripheral areas that might be missed with traditional fundus photography. It is also particularly important for patient education at our eye care clinic, enabling you to see images of your eye, and involve you in the management of your eye health.

Visual field Machine

The visual field machine is used to assess your peripheral vision. It allows us to assess the extent and location of any vision abnormalities, making it an indispensable tool for diagnosing conditions like glaucoma, retinal diseases, and neurological disorders. By measuring your visual field we can identify early signs of eye diseases, monitor disease progression, and tailor treatment plans at our eye care clinic accordingly.

A-scan Biometry

A-Scan Biometry is a non-invasive test that provides precise measurements of the eye’s internal structures, particularly the length and curvature of the eye. This is instrumental in accurately measuring the power of an intraocular lens (IOL),  implanted during cataract and refractive lens surgeries, allowing us to achieve optimal post-surgical visual outcomes.


The pentacam is an essential tool for assessing corneal health. It provides a detailed analysis of the shape, thickness, and curvature of the cornea. This aids in the diagnosis of conditions such as keratoconus, corneal dystrophies, and irregularities, allowing us to monitor corneal changes over time, and adjust treatment plans as needed. At our eye care clinic, Pentacam is also used to assess suitability and provide important information about the corneal structure prior to refractive laser surgery, cataract surgery, and corneal transplant surgery.

Endothelial Cell Counter

The endothelial cell counter is a specialized medical device that captures high-resolution images of the corneal endothelium and analyses the density and health of the endothelial cells. Endothelial cells are a crucial component of the cornea, maintaining its clarity and function. This information is important to assess the overall health of the cornea and is crucial in evaluating and monitoring corneal conditions and diseases.


The LipiScan provides high-resolution images of the Meibomian glands, which are small oil-producing glands in the eyelids. These images are used to assess the health and function of these glands, which play a crucial role in maintaining tear film stability. The LipiScan is used to diagnose and monitor Meibomian gland dysfunction and dry eye disease.

At Nexus we are committed to staying at the forefront of technology, ensuring that our patients receive the best eye care possible. So, the next time you visit our eye care clinic, take a moment to appreciate the wonders of modern ophthalmology and the incredible machines that contribute to your eye health.